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Brighton woman racks up dozen charges Thursday morning

Leads Washington County Sheriff's on chase, ends in Henry County

Ashlee Weimer, 30, of Brighton, was arrested Thursday morning after leading Washington County Sheriff's office personell on a chase that began in Crawfordsville and ended in Henry County.
Ashlee Weimer, 30, of Brighton, was arrested Thursday morning after leading Washington County Sheriff's office personell on a chase that began in Crawfordsville and ended in Henry County.

CRAWFORDSVILLE — A Brighton woman was arrested on a dozen charges Thursday morning after leading Washington County Sheriff’s office on a chase that ended in Henry County.

At approximately 9:10 a.m. dispatch was notified of a woman and two men cutting the locks off a storage unit in the 100 block of West Columbus Street. Multiple officers responded and a pursuit began, later ending in Henry County according to the Washington County Communications Media Report.

Ashlee Weimer, 30, of Brighton was arrested on four Washington County warrants for pretrial supervision revoked on charge of meth possession, third or subsequent offense, failure to appear for pretrial criminal mischief in the fourth degree, failure to appear for revocation hearing on violation of probation and failure to appear for revocation hearing on violation of probation, according to the report. Total bond was set at $12,000 cash only.

Additionally, Weimer was charged with OWI, first offense; two counts of interfering with official acts; reckless driving; speeding 90 mph in a 55 mph zone; failure to yield-stop sign, failure to maintain control and operating without owners consent, according to the report. The vehicle was towed by Brewers Towing in Mt. Pleasant.

A criminal charge is merely an accusation and defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.