Woman leaves trail of stolen panties in her wake during 100 mph police chase across Porter County: cops – Chicago Tribune

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A Liberty Township woman allegedly left a trail of stolen women’s underwear thrown out her car window as she led police on a Wednesday night high-speed chase from a Portage merchant to Chesterton, reaching almost 100 mph, according to a police report.

Holly Sansone, 32, of the 100 block of West U.S. 6, faces felony charges of theft with a prior conviction and resisting law enforcement, and misdemeanor charges of reckless driving and resisting law enforcement, according to Portage police.

Portage police were called at 6:31 p.m. Wednesday to Kohl’s, 6495 U.S. 6, for a report of a theft in progress, according to a report, and police arrived as one of the store’s loss prevention associates left the store with Sansone.

As an officer approached Sansone’s car and pounded on a window, telling Sansone to stop, she allegedly looked at the officer, shrugged, and said, “I’ve gotta go,” before accelerating out of the parking lot, a report said.

Police made multiple attempts to stop Sansone along the route, which headed east on U.S. 6, and reportedly saw her running red lights and tossing items out the window along the way, the report said.

Police followed Sansone on to Indiana 49, where she reportedly hit 97 mph in a 55 mph zone and allegedly passed stopped vehicles by using a right turn lane, a report said.

Chesterton police deployed stop sticks near Ind. 49 and Indian Boundary Road, deflating the two passenger side tires, but Sansone continued north on Ind. 49 toward Interstate 94, passed the eastbound exit, the report said, and began swerving left and right before she struck the wall on the shoulder of the I-94 overpass and stopped.

“I told (Sansone) that she could have killed someone the way she was driving, and (Sansone) again stated that she didn’t have anything on her,” police said in a report. “I told her that she still has one of the security tags sticking out of the back of her pants.”

Police said they recovered several pairs of women’s underwear from the front passenger seat of the car, an also found seven pairs of underwear and one bra in the northbound lanes of Ind. 49.

In all, the loss prevention associate at Kohl’s alleged Sansone took four bras, 14 pairs of panties, two candles, and two or three air freshener refills, for a total retail value of $44.82.

During a strip search at Porter County Jail, police found Sansone was wearing two pairs of panties that still had the tags attached. The first was a blue and white pair of SO hipster panties, and the second was a gray striped pair of SO hipster panties, each retailing for $9. They also found two Yankee Candle scent plug “Lilac Blossom” refills with the price tags still attached.

According to online court records, Sansone is being held at the jail without bond. She has been scheduled for a hearing at 1 p.m. Jan. 29 before Porter Superior Court Judge Mary Harper.

She also was issued a trespass warning from Kohl’s, according to police.

Amy Lavalley is a freelance reporter for the Post-Tribune.

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