ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - She almost got away with it but instead of going home police say a woman driving a stolen car was seen doing more shady business.
Police say Friday night an officer was pursuing a suspicious car with a bent license plate, near Edith and Griegos.
The car turned out to be stolen.
The officer says a woman, two men and a small child were inside.
After the driver sped off, driving erratically the officer stopped the chase.
According to a criminal complaint, Alicia Gurule was behind the wheel.
Officers would soon catch up with her after a call came in saying the same vehicle was possibly involved in drug activity.
The car was found, officials also found Gurule and her 6-year-old daughter.
She is now facing numerous charges including child abuse and receiving a stolen car.
No word if the other people seen in the car were arrested.
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