Woman Pleads Guilty After Wild Chase

Jail time for a Saskatchewan woman charged after a wild case ended east of Medicine Hat.

Jail time for a Saskatchewan woman charged after a wild case ended east of Medicine Hat. Jamie Hubbard, 24, will spend five months behind bars. The Saskatoon resident pleaded guilty to obstruction of a peace officer and unlawfully being in a dwelling house. On August 17th, Redcliff RCMP received word of an alleged stolen truck from Saskatchewan heading this way. Police then used a spike belt to stop a vehicle on Highway 41. Hubbard admitted she locked herself in the closet of a farmyard home for several hours before surrendering to police. One co-accused will be back in court September 7th, while another pleaded guilty to several charges and received an 18 month jail term. Hubbard was also ordered to provide a sample of DNA and forfeit a large sum of money found on her at the time of the arrest.

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