LEA COUNTY, N.M. - A Lea County woman is locked up after leading deputies on a high speed chase.
Deputies were called to an area where they found 33-year-old Vivian Condarco.
According to the report, she was wanted for violating her parole.
Condarco was in the passenger seat of a car.
When deputies tried to get her out, she jumped over to the driver's side and put the car in reverse.
The report says she ended up dragging a deputy and sped away.
Condarco ended up colliding with a deputy's patrol car but kept driving.
Deputies clocked her at 90 miles per hour and had to bring out the spikes to stop her.
She was hauled off to jail.
As for the deputy, he was treated for minor injuries to his legs.