30-year-old Tiana Page was charged with child endangerment, resisting arrest, evading arrest, and driving on a suspended license when she attempted to run from police at a high rate of speed with two juveniles in her vehicle.
On September 14th, Juvenile Crime Task Force Officers were in the area of Moorewood Drive and Brick Church Pike when they observed a black sedan driving at a high rate of speed. Officers attempted a traffic stop at which point the vehicle fled from officers running a stop sign as it crossed over Brick Church Pike. The vehicle was traveling at approximately 75 MPH. The vehicle entered the Parkwood Villa Apartments at 3258 Brick Church Pike where it slowed down to approximately 55 MPH.
After a short distance, the vehicle parked and the driver, Tiana Page, as well as two juveniles, ages 10 and 6, got out of the vehicle. When officers attempted to take Tiana into custody, she immediately began pulling away and refusing to give officers her hands, but they were able to detain her. Further investigation revealed Tiana’s license to be suspended.
Tiana Page was arrested and charged with two counts of child endangerment, resisting arrest, evading arrest, and driving on a suspended license. She is currently jailed in lieu of an $11,000 bond.