WICHITA, Kansas - Sedgwick County sheriff's deputies apprehended a 41-year-old woman after chasing a family on K-42.
It happened near K-42 and 263rd Street West last Wednesday night.
While enroute, dispatch told deputies that the woman was driving westbound on K-42 in a red Ford Escort.
Deputies found the Escort at the Viola convenience store where the woman began driving circles around the gas pumps.
Officials recognized the woman from a prior pursuit on May 29.
Deputies broke the window in her Escort to remove her from the car.
She was taken to Via Christi St. Joe for a medical evaluation.
Her car was impounded.
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