God Made Florida Woman Drive 100 MPH, She Tells Police
She led police on chase through 30-MPH neighborhood
How else to explain why a Florida woman who claimed the Lord told her to drive 100 miles per hour through a 30-mph residential neighborhood was nonetheless arrested for reckless driving?
Residents reported a woman in a silver Toyota was racing down a residential street near U.S. 1 in Fort Pierce, Fla., on Nov. 20, and repeatedly honking her horn and frantically waving her arms and gesturing. Officers pursued her in a high-speed chase.
When Melissa Miller, 41, finally pulled over, she told officers that "I was letting the Lord spirit guide me," according to a police report of the incident. She said repeatedly honked loudly because "The Lord was telling me to do it."
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