Del Daley-Fisher, 31, was arrested last night after she became involved in a motor vehicle collision shortly after 6 p.m. at the intersection of East and Nelson Streets in Sarnia.
Daley-Fisher apparently lost control of her Chevrolet Blazer after turning left onto Nelson Street from northbound East Street. Police said she mounted the curb and landed on a residential lawn, tearing up the sod at a home in the 400-block of Nelson. She then struck a tree on the boulevard.
Despite the setback, the vehicle continued travelling westbound across another residential yard and then back onto Nelson Street, leaving at a high rate of speed.
The accused continued heading west on Nelson Street then attempted to go southbound on Gordon Street. Daley-Fisher lost control a second time and skidded, striking a curb, breaking the axle on the vehicle. A hydro pole was struck and extensive damage was caused to the Chevrolet.
Several witnesses in the area apparently told police the accused fled from the vehicle after the second collision.
Police continued their investigation and converged at a residence in the 400-block of Maxwell Street where Delay-Fisher was seen to have fled out the front door. She was arrested, police said, just before 7 p.m. after a brief foot chase.
The accused was taken to hospital for treatment but later returned to Sarnia Police Headquarters and held for bail.
Her vehicle was towed and is being held pending further investigation and police also determined that she is also wanted by Chatham-Kent Police.
Daley-Fisher faces new charges of Dangerous Operation of a Vehicle and Breach of Probation.
On Oct. 8, 29-year-old Dwayne Melford Gordon George was arrested and held in London, Ontario, on the strength of his warrants issued in Sarnia, then was subsequently picked up and taken into custody by Sarnia Police officers on Oct. 8 shortly after midnight.
George was held for a bail hearing.
Terrance Lee Nahmabin, 20, was also arrested and taken into custody in the early morning hours of Oct. 5 during a routine traffic stop in the south end of Sarnia. Nahmabin was a passenger in the vehicle stopped.
He too was held for bail until a hearing could be scheduled.
This brings Sarnia Police’s Top Ten Most Wanted List down to just two people.