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The woman stole an ambulance and chased Garland police before the crash

GARLAND (CBSDFW.COM) – Police arrested Kimberly Fouty, 34, of Austin, after stealing an ambulance, turning on its lights and sirens, and chasing them.

Garland Police Department


It was May 8 when Fouty allegedly stole an Wilmer Fire Department ambulance from Baylor Hospital in Dallas.

Garland officers tried to stop Fouty by turning on the red and blue lights and sirens above, but he refused to stop. Police later said he began driving erratically from his residence, driving over residents’ lawns and damaging property.

Fouty finally went through a metal guard in the 2400th block of Rowlett Road, causing an ambulance to become disabled. Police later took him into custody without incident. They said Fouty was under the influence of illegal drugs.

He is currently in Garland Detention Center and is charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle, DWI-3rd, evading arrest and detention, and failing to keep or leave an identity card.

The investigation is ongoing.

At present, no bonds have been issued.

The woman stole an ambulance and chased Garland police before the crash

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