Misty Dillon of Mulberry is facing charges after leading state police on a pursuit in Lafayette early Wednesday. Indiana State Police Trooper Thad Decker noticed a Chevrolet Equinox driving on Sagamore Parkway around 1:15 a.m. with expired plates. When the trooper attempted to stop the vehicle, Dillon refused and led Decker on a low-speed chase to the south side of Lafayette. Dillon stopped in a parking lot at the Pheasant Run apartment complex, but again refused officers’ commands. She eventually complied and was taken into custody, state police said.

Further investigation revealed Dillon, who was suspected of being under the influence of illegal substances, was wanted on multiple warrants out of Marion and Tippecanoe counties.

Dillon was taken to the Tippecanoe County Jail on charges including resisting law enforcement, operating while intoxicated with a prior conviction, resisting law enforcement and operating while intoxicated with endangerment.

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