Woman arraigned on multiple charges
MARQUETTE — The Negaunee woman who was arrested Sunday after allegedly fleeing from police in a stolen vehicle from Marquette to Marquette Township has been arraigned in the 96th District Court upon multiple charges related to the incident.
Jenny Donahue, 34, of Negaunee, was arraigned Monday upon the charges of unlawful driving away of a motor vehicle; third-degree police officer fleeing/vehicle code; controlled substance possession, methamphetamine; reckless driving; and driving while license suspended/revoked/denied, according to court documents.
Donahue is scheduled for a probable cause conference April 17 and a preliminary examination April 23, according to court documents.
Police had initially attempted to stop Donahue, who was driving a tan-colored Ford Taurus, after Donahue ran a stop sign at the corner of West Bluff Street and Rublein Street around 10:18 a.m. Sunday.
Donahue then continued north on North McClellan Avenue, turning left of West Ridge Street, and beginning to pick up speed.
“It was discovered at this time that the vehicle was reported stolen,” police said.
The vehicle then turned northbound on to Meeske Avenue after running a stop sign, then ran another stop sign at Werner Street and Meeske Avenue before turning on to westbound Werner Street.
Donahue ran through “numerous stop signs” in Marquette Township and reached speeds of up to 45mph in residential areas, according to police.
Donahue eventually stopped along the 4200 block of U.S. 41 in Marquette Township, where police made contact with her and arrested her.
The Marquette City Police Department was assisted by the Marquette County Sheriff’s Office and the Michigan State Police Negaunee Post.