BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A red Ford Mustang speeding at 100 miles per hour on I-95 in Boca led police to the home of Rachel Voskressensky on Robins Nest Road.
Voskressensky was allegedly the driver of the car as an FHP Trooper tried to catch up to it, only to have Voskressensky first throw paper, then a black can at the patrol car — just south of Atlantic Avenue.
The trooper was not injured.
The late December event led to Voskressenky’s arrest on Thursday. The 23 year old is charged with “flee/elude police – fail to obey law enforcement order to stop.”
Voskressensky’s mother — who is listed as a co-owner of the Mustang — says that her daughter suffers from mental health issues and works as a medical assistant.
Bond is set at $3000.
Read the police report below.
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