by: Carissa Alford, Ozarks First
Charges have been filed by the Christian County Prosecutor against the two people who were arrested earlier today, July 9, after initiating a police chase.
Brittany Scrivener is charged with unlawful use of a weapon — discharge firearm from vehicle, three counts of second-degree assault — special victim, three counts of armed criminal action, possession of a controlled substance, resisting a lawful detention and DWI.
Scrivener is being held on a $500,000 cash bond.
Jacob Campbell is charged with possession of controlled substance and resisting a lawful detention.
Campbell is being held on a $150,000 cash bond.
According to the Nixa Police Department, Scrivener and Campbell led police on a three-county chase at around 12:19 a.m.
Police tried to stop their vehicle for a suspected DWI.
The driver, Scrivener, did not pull over, beginning the 23-minute long chase that went through Stone County, then Christian County, then Greene County.
“During the pursuit, shots were fired from the suspect vehicle towards law enforcement vehicles which were in pursuit. Law enforcement did not fire any shots at any time during the incident,” Nixa City spokesman Drew Douglas said in a press release.