Following her arrest, a Georgia woman somehow pulled off a magic-like trick and was able to steal a police car and drive away while handcuffed.
Jenny Clementi was arrested on financial transaction card fraud outside a Walmart in Georgia on Tuesday morning, according to WGCL-TV.
The 28-year-old Clementi was reportedly placed in the back of a Union City police patrol car when she pulled off something you’d expect to see in the movies.
Her hands were cuffed behind her back and a Plexiglas separated her from the front of the patrol car. "She was able to manipulate her hands in front of her, pick the lock and gain access to the front of the police car," Union City Police Officer Chris Murphy told WXIA-TV.
Clementi then took off and headed northbound on Interstate 85 as police chased. She eventually crashed the patrol car into another vehicle and fled the scene on foot.
"The police vehicle rolled to a stop, she jumped out of the vehicle and fled into the woods on foot," Murphy stated.
Police were still searching for Clementi and warrants have been issued for her arrest.
This was not Clementi’s first brush with the law in Georgia as she was reportedly arrested by Atlanta police in September and charged with criminal trespassing.