Woman almost hits pedestrian after fleeing from police; caught later at Save & Go

31-year-old Jessica Hull was charged with reckless driving, possession of marijuana, and drug paraphernalia after she tried to flee from police and almost hit a person then again with the gas pump still inside of her tank later that day.

On October 27th, Memphis Police Sergeant Herring saw a disturbance at Park Avenue/Grand Street caused by Jessica Hull. She was in a silver Toyota Avalon and refused to get out when Sgt. Herring asked her to do so.

Jessica Hull (SCSO)
Jessica Hull (SCSO)

When more cars arrived at the scene, Hull sped off at a high-speed rate on Grand Street. She almost hit a pedestrian and ran into other cars in traffic. Officers searched the area and at 7:44 p.m. that night they located the vehicle at 2335 Park Avenue, a local Save & Go gas station. Sgt Herring tried to detain her but she refused again and tried to run with the gas pump inside the vehicle. Once in custody, officers ran her name through the database, it notified that her license had been suspended since 2015. Officers also found a pipe, grinder, scale, a plastic bag with a leafy green substance consistent with marijuana. The substance later tested positive for THC, weighing 3.4 grams.

Jessica Hull was charged with reckless driving, financial responsibility, driving with a suspended license, possession of marijuana, and three counts of drug paraphernalia. She is currently jailed in lieu of a $1,000 bond.

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