Fresno woman arrested in carjacking case

FRESNO, Calif.

Police say undercover officers from the Violent Crime Impact Team had been trying to track the woman for days. Tuesday, officers tried to pull her over at Second and Grant. But investigators say the woman refused to stop, leading officers on a chase that ended thirteen miles away at Jensen and McCall in Fresno County.

Police say 27 year old Delila Luna was wanted in connection to an armed carjacking three weeks ago. They used a pit maneuver to stop the car she was driving. Police also took two passengers into custody.

Lt. Joe Gomez said, "There were also two Hispanic males in the car. And in the original carjacking there were two Hispanic males, at this time unidentified. So it could very well be that those gentlemen are our suspects too."

Police say they decided to use a pit maneuver to stop the vehicle because it appeared the car was heading into the city of Sanger.

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