Handcuffed woman steals police cruiser

She climbed through a small window from the back

CENTER TOWNSHIP, PA (CNN) – A Pennsylvania woman has been ordered to stand trial on charges that she stole a police cruiser, then led officers on a high-speed chase.

Roxanne Rimer is suspected of robbery and is a passenger in a car driven by her grandfather when center township police pull them over.

Rimer’s mother is on the left and is held for questioning, while Rimer is on the right.  They’re placed in separate cars and then Rimer screams for mom.

While police search the family vehicle, police say she climbed through this small window from the back to the front of the cruiser.  Her mother watched from the other police car.

Rimer takes off, ramming her family’s car and the police cruiser and then an eight-and-a-half minute high speed ride is captured by dashcam.

With her hands behind her back, she navigates this curve.  Then she speeds through Monaca, narrowly zipping past other vehicles.

She later approaches oncoming traffic but stays on her side of the road at a high speed; this is when she approaches 100 miles an hour.

Later, she has the ability to slow down and beep the horn to get other cars out of her way. Soon after she ditches the cruiser on a back road and then runs off.

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