State Police: Woman Crashes Into Trooper’s Car After Stealing $1,200 Worth Of Merchandise From Orange County Store

Aiexpress – A woman, reportedly attempting to escape after allegedly stealing from a store in Orange County, caused a collision involving a trooper’s car and another vehicle, according to New York State Police.

According to the police, Analda Robertson, a 36-year-old woman from Mount Vernon, allegedly stole items worth over $1,100 from a Price Chopper store in the Wallkill area around 10 a.m.

The police were alerted to a situation where someone had exited the store with a cart full of items without making any payment.

Shortly after, it was observed that Robertson allegedly placed the items into a 2008 Volvo and drove away.

A trooper spotted Robertson’s vehicle and proceeded to pull him over, but Robertson failed to comply with the traffic stop.


In an attempt to elude the trooper, Robertson made a quick getaway and drove away from the scene.

During the pursuit of Robertson, she collided with both the trooper’s car and another vehicle that was not involved in the incident.

The authorities apprehended her a brief while later on Blumel Road and took her into custody.

The troopers discovered the stolen items inside her car.

Robertson faced multiple charges including criminal possession of stolen property, obstruction of governmental administration, resisting arrest, and reckless endangerment. He was also charged with petit larceny, fleeing the police in a motor vehicle, and additional counts of criminal mischief.

She received a total of 80 traffic tickets as well.

The bail amount was set at $500 in cash, $1,000 in bond, or $2,000 in secured bond.

The next court date for her is scheduled for January 24th.

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