Cops in Coral Springs say they tried to pull over the 64-year-old motorist when they noticed that her brake lights were malfunctioning as she pulled into a McDonald's drive-thru lane at around 2 p.m. Monday.
Officers flashed their lights and ordered Spen to park her car in the burger joint's parking lot for a traffic stop, according to the Sun Sentinel.
But Spen wasn't lovin' it, according to police.
Instead, the suspect is accused of placing her order, paying for food and speeding away.
According to a police report, an officer managed to flag Spen down after she pulled out of the restaurant.
Spen allegedly "rolled her window down 1 inch and said she was not speeding and would not roll her window down," the document indicates.
She also allegedly refused to hand over her license and registration, then drove off -- sparking a police chase involving multiple law enforcement vehicles.
Officers then say they blocked her vehicle a second time, smashed the driver's side window and dragged the suspect from the car.
Spen was arrested on charges of fleeing and eluding, resisting arrest without violence and driving with defective equipment, according to the paper.
It's unclear whether she was able to finish her meal before her arrest.
Read more at the Sun Sentinel.
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