UPDATE: A 19-year-old Rock Island woman faces charges after a Moline Police pursuit ended Wednesday in Davenport.
Davenport Police took Narcella Robinson into custody and charged her with interference with official acts, leaving the scene of an accident, having no driver’s license or insurance, reckless driving, and first-offense operating while intoxicated, a Davenport Police news release says.
About 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Davenport Police responded to the area of Locust and Fairmount streets after a Moline Police pursuit ended in a car crash, an arrest affidavit says.
Robinson was driving a 2008 Dodge Charge “in a reckless manner by swerving through traffic, driving at high rates of speed and running red lights,” the affidavit says. When she ran the red light at Locust and Fairmount streets, an SUV hit the Charger.
An odor of marijuana was coming from the Charger. Robinson had red, watery eyes “and erratic behavior,” the affidavit say, and also says Robinson was “emotional from calm to excited to dancing.”
Robinson, who was released on bond, is scheduled for a hearing Sept. 1 in Scott County Court.
EARLIER: One person is in custody Wednesday after a police chase from Moline to Davenport.
A Moline squad car was on the scene with Davenport officers when it ended at the intersection of West Locust and Fairmount.
A silver Dodge Charger that had reportedly come into contact with a police vehicle in Moline crashed into a white Chevy SUV at that intersection.
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