Woman charged after police chase, threatens trooper with COVID and “China virus”
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – According an arrest citation, Kentucky State Police attempted to pull over a woman after clocking her going 105 MPH in a 55-construction zone on Sunday
According to the citation given, the subject would not stop for several miles. When the vehicle did come to a stop the driver, Erica Abrenzosa, allowed the passenger to exit the vehicle but refused to get out herself and took off once again. She then led police on a chase while swerving and driving recklessly, hitting a vehicle in the process.
Finally, law enforcement was able to box the car in to get her stopped. The driver had to be forcibly removed from the vehicle, according to the citation.
Abrenzosa told officers she is “crazy”, bi-polar and suffers from mental disorders. She also stated she was going to kill the arresting trooper and his family. She also told an officer she has a “China virus” along with COVID and continued to purposely cough everywhere telling one trooper that he would then die, all according to the citation.
Abrenzosa is charged with three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment of a police officer, terroristic threatening and fleeing or evading police along with several driving-related charges. She was lodged in the Warren County Jail.