(November 25, 2015)-  Two women are in jail on warrants, narcotics, and traffic charges, after leading Cape Coral Police on a brief chase yesterday.

Around 11:30 AM, Officer Nicholas Slover attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a black Kia that made an illegal u-turn at Del Prado Boulevard and Veterans Parkway. The vehicle initially began to slow and then accelerated to a speed of 60 mph and fled into a nearby neighborhood.  

Additional officers responded to the area to assist.  The Kia was seen pulling into a service station north of St. Andrews Church and two females fled the vehicle on foot.  Both were immediately taken into custody without incident.  The women were identified as Malorie Johnson, W/F, DOB: 06-20-1992 (driver), and Jordan Fisher, W/F, DOB: 01-18-92.  A teletype check revealed that the driver, Johnson, had 31 suspensions and a Failure to Appear warrant.  The passenger, Fisher,  was found to be in possession of 7 different types of opiate pills/tablets to including heroin and a cut straw with residue and also had a warrant for Failure to Appear.

Both were transported to Lee County Jail.

ARRESTED: Malorie Johnson, W/F, DOB: 06-20-1992, Homeless. CHARGES: Flee and Elude LEO, DWLS x 31, & LCSO warrant-FTA

ARRESTED: Malorie Johnson, W/F, DOB: 06-20-1992, Homeless.
CHARGES: Flee and Elude LEO, DWLS x 31, & LCSO warrant-FTA

ARRESTED: Malorie Johnson, W/F, DOB: 06-20-1992, Homeless.
CHARGES: Flee and Elude LEO, DWLS x 31, & LCSO warrant-FTA

ARRESTED: Jordan Fisher, W/F, DOB: 01-18-92, Homeless.
CHARGES: Felony warrant, Poss. of controlled substances x 7, & Poss. of paraphernalia

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