An Oklahoma woman is behind bars after leading police on a high-speed chase.
The pursuit began when police in Edmond spotted Tiffany Lea Billie behind the wheel of a car that had been reported stolen.
She quickly lead them towards Oklahoma City at speeds topping 100 mph.
At one point Billie jumped out of the car and attempted to get away on foot.
"She jumped out of the car right here and said, 'Oh crap. I'm in trouble and I'm going to jail.' She started running around to the backyard and I said you've gotta get away," said Princess Washington.
With nowhere left to run, Billie got back in her car and drove until she reached a dead end.
She then got out of her car a second time but realized she was trapped and surrendered to police.
"She basically ran out of road. That was good thing for everybody," said Glynda Chu with the Edmond Police Department.
Edmond police say the pursuit began because the car had been reported stolen out of Cleveland County.
The driver had some interesting things to say as she was led away in handcuffs.
"What were you running from?" KFOR reporter Jesse Wells asked.
"The police," said Tiffany Billie. "Because I didn't want to go to jail. Don't y'all have anything better to do?
"You know people are putting babies in ovens. I just made a bad, bad decision. I'm sorry," Billie added.
The cars passenger, James Bean, was arrested but later released.
Fortunately there were no accidents or injuries as a result of the chase.