Julie Ann Rainbird, 52, led authorities on a pursuit Tuesday evening as she drove at high speeds and crashed multiples times, officials said. At one point, a dog leaped out of the moving RV
Rainbird’s bail has been set at $395,000 and she has been charged with fleeing a pursuing peace officer’s motor vehicle causing serious bodily injury, hit-and-run driving resulting in serious injury to another person and cruelty to an animal, according to prosecutors.
She also faces three counts each of assault with a deadly weapon, RV, and hit-and-run driving resulting in injury to another person. Prosecutors said she also has a 2015 conviction for multiple identifying information theft.
Rainbird is expected to appear in court on June 3 and faces up to 14 years in state prison if convicted.