Hot Police Chase Ended after Arrest of Alleged Triple Homicide Suspect in Virginia; Woman in Custody

Virginia police say they have caught a woman they are looking for in connection with the possible deaths of three people. The woman was caught after a police chase ended in Steuben County.

The Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office says that Alyssa Jane Venable, who is 23 years old, was taken on Thursday, June 6 around 6 p.m. by New York State Police with help from the US Marshals Service. Venable is wanted outside of Virginia on three counts of second-degree murder and using a gun while committing a crime.

At approximately 5:45 p.m., state police saw a gray 2009 Honda Civic that matched the description of the last known car Venable was driving. Police tried to stop the car, but the driver didn’t stop, so they started chasing them at speeds of well over 100mph.

Police say that at some point, a device was used to deflate the tires, and Venable’s car stopped on the I-390 Interchange. Venable was taken into custody without any problems or harm to the public or police.

Venable will be given a fugitive order by the NYSP, and plans will be made for her to be sent back to Virginia.

Police say that around 10 p.m. on Tuesday, June 4, officers from the Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office went to the 10500 block of White Street Court to check on the people who lived there as per NBC Washington.

Three people were dead inside the house when the cops arrived: two men and a woman. Police say that three people found inside the house had injuries to their upper bodies. They were 77-year-old Robert John McGuire, 60-year-old Gregory Scott Powell, and 65-year-old Carol Anne Reese. Venable was named as the main suspect by police, who revealed that he lived with the victims.

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