Police chase across the golf course and see the woman in handcuffs

Strange sight unfolded in Florida this week (Image: Reuters)

A high-speed car chase tearing the green isn’t what you’d expect to see on a golf course – that’s what happened at a Florida location this week.

Golfers at the Grand Harbor golf course in Indian River County watched in horror as a woman drove her 4×4 across the lawn while trying to evade police.

The chase began when officers tried to pull the 60-year-old woman over to the side of the road.

But instead of stopping, she sped up and, in an attempt to outrun the officers, ‘broke a gate’ and entered the Grand Harbor green yard.

Police dash cam footage of the pursuit shows the woman crossing the street in a 4×4 vehicle, followed by several police cars with their sirens blaring.

At one point, golfers had to step aside when a woman dodged a parked car by a hole.

The officers eventually stopped the woman by ramming her car and forcing her inside.

In a statement posted on its Facebook page, the River Indian County Sherriff’s Office said: ‘No one was injured after a driver broke through the gate and drove past the Grand Harbor golf course on Tuesday afternoon.

‘The incident originated in the Waterford Lakes community of Vero Beach shortly after 1pm.

‘The Indus County Sheriff’s Office tried to pull her back but she did not comply, which led to a pursuit.

‘The woman drove through the gates of the Grand Harbor golf course and onto the course.

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‘Authorities successfully conducted a PIT investigation and brought her in.

‘No injuries were reported, although her vehicle and two Sheriff’s Office vehicles were damaged.’

The driver has been identified as Jodi Ann Harvey, 60, of the 1100 block of 13 Sq., Vero Beach.

Following his arrest, Harvey faces aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, DUI, two felony counts of mischief, aggravated runaway/evasion and aggravated assault on a officer/firefighter/EMT.

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Huynh Nguyen

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