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Women who posted ‘do ya job’ taunt at police get arrested

GREENFIELD, Ind. (WISH) — Three women who police say had bragged about evading police in Georgia were arrested Sunday in Greenfield after a police chase. 

Police in Georgia in January issued information and photos about the women, who were wanted on felony theft warrants. The women had used social media to post a taunting image intended for law enforcement that said, “do ya job,” followed by an expletive, state police said. 

Around 6 p.m. Sunday, a state trooper patrolling Interstate 70 saw a white Nissan speeding and attempted a traffic stop. That’s when the Nissan, driven by 23-year-old Toni Huizar, led the trooper on a short chase into Henry County. With the assistance of other agencies, the vehicle was stopped, and the women were taken into custody, state police said. 

A search of the car, which police said was a rental, uncovered stolen credit cards, checkbooks, Social Security cards and ID cards. The charges the women face out of Hancock County are:

  • Toni Huizar, 23, of Fort Myers, Florida: resisting law enforcement and possession of stolen property.
  • Amber Dunlap, 27, of Lehigh Acres, Florida: possession of stolen property.
  • Tiphanie Sager, 26, of Cape Coral, Florida: possession of stolen property.

The women will face charges in Indiana and be extradited back to Georgia.


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