Woman faces felonies after high speed chase in stolen car

Nickeisha Nicole Holloman, 22, of North College Hill reached speeds of 135 mph in a stolen car southbound about 8 p.m. on Dec. 2 on Interstate 71 outside Lebanon, according to authorities.

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Nickeisha Nicole Holloman, 22, of North College Hill reached speeds of 135 mph in a stolen car southbound about 8 p.m. on Dec. 2 on Interstate 71 outside Lebanon, according to authorities.

A Hamilton County woman accused of eluding state troopers during an extended, high-speed chase in December is facing multiple felonies in Warren County Common Pleas Court.

Nickeisha Nicole Holloman, 22, of North College Hill reached speeds of 135 mph in a stolen car southbound on Dec. 2 on Interstate 71 outside Lebanon, Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell said.

The chase began at 8:46 p.m. and ended about an hour later, according to the initial incident report.

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Holloman sped west into Hamilton County onto Interstate 275, then headed back north onto Reed-Hartman Road at speeds of 75 to 80 mph in 35 mph zones.

“She ends up winding her way back to 71,” Fornshell said and then back onto 275 west again, where troopers were able to surround her car in a “rolling roadblock.”

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“She then starts to ram the patrol vehicles” until they were able to bring her to a stop, where she jumped out of the car and ran, but was apprehended by a trooper who hurt his hand in making the arrest, Fornshell said.

The incident report said, “The vehicle eventually became disabled, and was pinned against a guardrail to end the pursuit. The suspect was taken into custody after a short foot pursuit and will be charged accordingly.”

Holloman was taken to Bethesda North Hospital for treatment, but left the hospital “against orders”, Fornshell said.

She was picked up on a warrant in Hamilton County and taken to Bethesda Arrow Springs, but slipped away from an officer guarding her when he was using the restroom, this time dislocating a thumb to shed handcuffs supposed to confine her to a bed, Fornshell added.

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Holloman was tracked by a K-9 and taken back into custody less than a mile from the hospital.

She was charged on Jan. 3 in Lebanon Municipal Court and freed on $50,000 bond on Jan. 17, according to court records.

She was indicted on charges of criminal damaging, vandalism, escape, obstructing official business, receiving stolen property, failure to comply with order or signal of police officer, as well as two counts of felonious assault, according to a list issued this week by the prosecutor’s office.

Holloman is to be arraigned in common pleas court on Feb. 9.

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She could not be reached this morning.

No lawyer is listed as representing her, pending the arraignment.

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