A Dallas woman is arrested in South Coffeyville on multiple violations.
44-year-old Jennifer Morris was arrested late last week by the South Coffeyville Police Department, with the assistance of the Nowata County Sheriff's Office. Morris was pulled over for displaying the wrong license plate. After giving the officer a false name and false driver's license, Morris drove away from the stop. The pursuit continued on Highway 169 with speeds reaching 120 MPH. She also forced vehicles from the roadway.
Nowata County used stop sticks in the area of Highway 169 and County Road 16. It was later determined that Morris' vehicle was stolen in Arlington. Found in the vehicle were items shoplifted from retail stores in Olathe, along with stolen identification cards. Morris said in an interview with the arresting officer that she shoplifts stores and steals wallets and purses to get information to steal identities. She was recently released from a Texas prison for credit card theft.
Morris is wanted in several counties in the Dallas area for identity theft and shoplifting. She is also wanted by Texas Pardon and Parole Division for parole violations.
Anticipated charges for Morris include eluding while endangering others, false personation, possession of the stolen vehicle, knowingly concealing stolen property, and bringing stolen property into the Cherokee Nation. Morris is a Cherokee Indian. A Cherokee Nation Judge set her bond at $25,000.