LUFKIN (AP) – A Texas woman is being held on several charges after she slipped her handcuffs, stole a police SUV and then led officers on a pursuit that reached speeds of nearly 100 mph.

Toscha Sponsler was being held Thursday in the Angelina County jail on charges that include evading arrest.

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Authorities say that 33-year-old Sponsler had been detained Saturday on suspicion of shoplifting and was in the back of the SUV when she managed to slip her hand through one of the cuffs.

Video released Tuesday by Lufkin police show her then squeezing through a partition to reach the front seat.

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A chase went on for about 20 miles before a state trooper managed to spin her out.

Online jail records don’t indicate whether she has an attorney.

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