Miami police released the named of a woman who allegedly took officers on a wild ride Friday after jumping off a roof, stealing a police car, crashing into another cruiser and then running away on foot before she was arrested.
Police charged Catalina Solis-Trejos, 24, with two counts of attempted murder, two counts of resisting arrest and one count of trespassing.
The incident took place in the area of Northwest 28th Avenue just north of Seventh Street Friday morning. Miami police said they got a call that a woman was running through traffic and when officers arrived on scene Solis-Trejos ran away, north on 28th Avenue, and then eventually climbed onto the roof of a home.
An officer followed her in his car and when he got out of the vehicle to try to get Solis-Trejos down. She jumped from the roof and into the police cruiser. Police said the officer tried to gain control of the car from Solis-Trejos and as they headed south on 28th Avenue the vehicle crashed into another police vehicle that was providing backup.
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Solis-Trejos, according to Miami police, then got out of the car and ran away on 29th Avenue before she was caught.
Miami Fire Rescue took one of the officers and Solis-Trejos to Jackson Memorial Hospital, the other officer was treated on scene and no one was seriously injured.