• Woman accused of leading police on chase in stolen car

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    SALEM, N.H. (AP) - A New Hampshire woman has been accused of leading police on a chase in a car that was stolen from Massachusetts.

    Police said they attempted to stop 54-year-old Cindy Case, of Chester, in Salem on Monday night, but Case led them on a chase along Route 28 into Derry, where she crashed. She was found unconscious behind the wheel and taken to a hospital afterward; her condition wasn't known.

    She's been charged with reckless conduct, driving under the influence, and driving after suspension and receiving stolen property. Her arraignment was scheduled Tuesday afternoon; it wasn't immediately known if she had a lawyer.

    In March, Case was charged in connection with a multi-town chase in Massachusetts. She is accused of trying to hit an officer with her vehicle.

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