Pursued Suspect Pulls into Stranger’s Driveway, Tells Cops She Lives There
If you're wanted on outstanding warrants, probably not a good idea to be out driving around at 2:30 in the morning. There's a lot less of us, and lot more cops.
Early Saturday morning, Benton County Deputies saw a wanted suspect driving her Jeep Cherokee near 10th and Washington in Kennewick. The Deputy recognized 29-year-old Marissa Ann Luellen, and gave chase, lighting her up.
But what she did next didn't help her at all. She pulled into a stranger's driveway, and tried to tell the officer she lived there. Of course, the homeowner denied that, and Luellen was not only take in on outstanding warrants, but deputies found what appeared to be meth in her vehicle. Now she can spend even more time in jail coming up with pretend residences.