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Chaotic Arrest in North Plains

Written by Christina Kemp on July 26, 2014
Acura into Tahoe photo

North Plains, Ore. — It was a chaotic scene last night when Washington County police tried to arrested a wanted woman.  When deputies attempted a traffic stop she suddenly pulled into a driveway. She had her 15 year old and 9 year old in the car. Sgt Bob Ray says 46-year-old Molly NoonanMolly Noonan gave police false identification.

“There was a deputy there that knew her personally from a previous arrest. When they told her that she was under arrest she started up the vehicle put it in reverse. She rapidly accelerated backwards striking an Acura MDX that was parked in these peoples drive way.”

One deputy got pinned between the two cars. They had to break Noonan’s car window to get her out and arrested. She’s been charged with 26 crimes including resisting arrest and assault.

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