A traffic stop on Wednesday, June 26th resulted in the arrests of two Wayne County women on multiple charges.
An arrest report filed by Sgt. Bryant Burcham of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office stated that on June 26th, he attempted to stop a small silver SUV with four people inside on Hog Creek Road for speeding and not wearing a seatbelt. When Sgt. Burcham activated his blue lights, the vehicle allegedly sped up, and the driver began throwing syringes out the window (which were later retrieved). Sgt. Burcham then activated his siren, but the vehicle still refused to stop, even after losing the right front tire. The pursuit finally ended when the vehicle came to a stop on Landfill Road.
The driver of the SUV was identified as Victoria Lynn Pulley, age 30, of Wayne County. A search of the vehicle allegedly revealed a meth pipe, digital scales, and a small amount of marijuana. Pulley was arrested and charged with simple possession/casual exchange, tampering with evidence, fleeing to evade arrest, reckless driving, and three counts of reckless endangerment. She was booked into the Wayne County Jail on $86,000.00 bond.
Charlena Dale Borden, age 26, of Collinwood, a passenger in the Pulley vehicle, was also arrested on a charge of tampering with evidence. The report states that Borden allegedly admitted to officers that she had eaten a small amount of marijuana so that she would not be charged for possession. Borden was booked into the Wayne County Jail on $50,000.00 bond.