SUFFOLK, Va. (WAVY) - A Suffolk teen turned herself in to police Wednesday four days after escaping arrest and slipping out of her handcuffs.
According to Diana Klink with the City of Suffolk, Alivia Patrise Burrus was wanted by Virginia State Police for a long list of charges including grand larceny, hit and run and escape from custody. Burrus turned herself in to police headquarters at approximately 11:45 a.m. Aug. 22.
Police have warrants charging Burrus with escape from custody, providing false ID to police, petit larceny, resisting arrest and obstruction of justice.
Suffolk Police say the trouble started Saturday morning around 9:30 a.m., when Burris crashed a stolen vehicle in a hit and run. According to officers, Burris called a man to pick her up at the scene. The man was reportedly driving a second stolen vehicle.
Klink said officers spotted that second vehicle, a 1995 white Dodge pick up, around 1:15 p.m. in the 1300 block of White Marsh Road the same day. Police say Burris and the man were inside.
After officers detained the man, he began complaining of heat exhaustion. While waiting for medics to arrive, Burris, who was handcuffed, escaped into a nearby wooded area.
Police searched the area with canines. They found the handcuffs, but the did not find Burris.
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