Woman sends police on high speed with stolen plates, ends with Drug arrest in Gardner 

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GARDNER – A woman was arrested early Labor Day after a high speed chase ended in a field.

According to Grundy County Sheriffs Office, it happened around 3:33 a.m. Monday when Morris Police attempted to pull a vehicle over for an alleged stolen license plate.  The woman behind the wheel, 24-year-old Skye Interrante of Romeoville, refused to stop her vehicle, leading a chase that lead through Mazon and into Gardner before crashing into a field off Route 129.

According to Morris Police, the chase allegedly began with speeds in excess of 100mph.  A Grundy County Deputy later joined the chase on Route 47.

Interrante was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of hypodermic needles, aggravated fleeing & eluding, & possession of a stolen license plate. 

Interrante is a career criminal with 10 arrests in the last 6 years including charges of unlawful possession of a firearm/handgun, Forgery, and Domestic battery, and drug charges during that time.  

She’s now being held at the Grundy County Jail awaiting a bond hearing.

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