Law Enforcement Dispatch Scanner Audio Female Arrested After Wild High-Speed Chase In Stolen Vehicle

Published on Sept. 20, 2017

Jennifer Christy Greer, 32 of Chickamauga was arrested Tuesday night after leading multiple agencies from two states on high speed chase in a stolen Nissan. Other passengers in the vehicle were also arrested. The pursuit started in Chattanooga on Riverside Drive when the vehicle nearly hit a Chattanooga Police officers patrol vehicle. The pursuit continued to Highway 153 reaching speed around 95mph and then went southbound on Highway 153. The pursuit then went onto I-75 south toward East Ridge and the Tennessee/ Georgia State line. The pursuit then exited onto Ringgold Road from I-75. The pursuit continued on Highway 41 into Georgia where the Catoosa County Sheriff's Office and the Georgia State Patrol was waiting for the pursuit of the stolen Nissan. Deputies and Troopers quickly joined in the pursuit which continued south on Highway 41 into Ringgold. The pursuit continued south with the stolen Nissan hitting two other vehicles and continuing before finally crashing on Highway 41 near Depot Street in Ringgold. A taser was deployed following the crash unknown if it hit the suspect. The driver Jennifer Greer was quickly taken into custody and transported to the Catoosa County Jail where she was booked on a slew of charges including driving while license suspended or revoked (misdemeanor), reckless driving, weaving, obedience to authorized persons directing traffic driving on right side of road (misdemeanor), drug related objects (misdemeanor), possession of methamphetamine (felony), willful obstruction of law enforcement officers - misdemeanor (misdemeanor), use of safety belts in passenger vehicles (misdemeanor), taillights (misdemeanor), improper display of tag (misdemeanor), windshields and windshield wipers (misdemeanor), driving unsafe or improperly equipped vehicle (misdemeanor), no-passing zones (misdemeanor), further limitations on driving on left of center of road (misdemeanor), driver shall exercise due care (misdemeanor), littering highway (misdemeanor), speeding (misdemeanor), hit and run; duty of driver to stop at or return to scene of accident (misdemeanor), following too closely (misdemeanor), too fast for conditions (misdemeanor), and fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer for a felony offense (felony). According to arrest reports this isn't Jennifer Greer's first redo she was arrested back in 2011 by Chickumaga Police for dumping a tree on an elderly persons yard and just last year in 2016 she was arrested by Chattanooga Police for numerous charges including evading arrest (fleeing). Passenger Justin Allen Lloyd, 30 of Old Britain Circle in Chattanooga was arrested on charges of willful obstruction of law enforcement officers - misdemeanor (misdemeanor), and Hold for Hamilton County for warrants which include aggravated assault, theft, and drug charges.