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Police say that driver is Christina Matheison, 36, College Grove.
The chase began outside Cash City in Lebanon.
Employees in the business alerted police after checking Matheison's record and finding a check fraud warrant.
"She's been in here before and recognized her immediately," said Manager jerris Chaney.
Chaney says employees tried to stall Matheison until police arrived but they were unable to stop her.
Lt. Brent Willett says she even drug one of his officers a short distance as he was trying to put her vehicle in park.
"She was in reverse and I saw officer Bringhurst hanging on to the car she probably drug him 12 to 15 feet," said Willett.
The chase sped onto I-40, then to I-840 down to Murfreesboro and on east along I-24 to exit 97 and up Manchester Pike.
Eventually authorities were able to stop the vehicle when it hit spike strips in Murfreesboro and flipped multiple times by Richard Fuller's house.
"I just thought it hit the house it was a loud crash it was a big boom sound," said Fuller.
Matheison was taken to Vanderbilt Medical Center With non life threatening injuries.
She faces Aggravated Assault, Reckless Endangerment, Resisting Arrest, Evading Arrest and Vandalism charges.
Matheison was also wanted on a fraud warrant in Virginia.
Monday, August 6 2012, 08:55 PM CDT
Afghan pilots learn air assault tactics from 101st
May 19, 2013 16:48 GMT
By KRISTIN M. HALL Associated Press
BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan (AP) -- With Afghan troops increasingly leading combat operations on the ground, the Afghan Air Force's fledgling helicopter fleet based in Kabul has learned new techniques to support them from the air.
The U.S. Army's 101st Combat Aviation Brigade started a new training program at Bagram Air Field for Afghan helicopter pilots to learn how to perform air assault missions, which they have started to use in combat operations.
101st Combat Aviation Brigade Commander Col. Paul Bontrager said the Afghans need to be weaned off American aviation during the drawdown of U.S. forces this year.
The ability of Afghan helicopters to quickly drop soldiers into combat is a new and critical role.
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WASHINGTON (AP) -- A measure of the U.S. economy's future health rose in solidly in April, buoyed by a sharp rise in applications to build new homes and apartments.
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AP Business Writer
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WASHINGTON (AP) -- A labor group Apple joined to assess working conditions at three manufacturing plants in China, where its products are made, says conditions are getting better.
ON THIN ICE?
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -- He was already on thin ice with the law when he failed to meet the conditions of his probation.