Two face charges after police chase in Somerset County
A Somerset County woman was charged with stealing a vehicle, driving while under the influence, fleeing arrest and possession of a concealed firearm as a former felon.
Nicole Gamble, 26, was arrested by police about 6 p.m. Friday on Stoystown Road in Somerset Township. She stole a truck from the Friedens area, according to state police at Somerset. When state police attempted a traffic stop, Gamble reportedly refused to stop. After chasing Gamble for several miles, police pulled her over.
Gamble was arrested along with her passenger, Rodger Haney, age unavailable, who was charged with stealing a vehicle and possession of a concealed firearm as a former felon.
Gamble was under the influence of alcohol, according to police.
Both were arraigned before District Judge Douglas Bell.
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