Authorities who were dared on social media by three women involved in a criminal "doing a job" raid did that Sunday, stopping the group in Indiana after a short lawsuit.
Indiana State Police announced in a press release that Amber Dunlap, 27, Tiphanie Sager, 26, and Toni Huizar, 23, were arrested at the police station. outside of Indianapolis after a policeman on patrol had glimpsed the speed. "
The officer tried to stop the vehicle, but the driver tried to get away from Interstate 70 before finally being intercepted in the city of Greenfield.
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The trio, nicknamed "Felony Lane Gang", was under arrest for his alleged involvement in a series of robberies in Georgia, reported FOX5.
The Covington Police Department said at the time that the group had burgled cars in Newton County, Gwinnett County, Clarke County and possibly Florida.
The burglaries took place in parks and gyms, places where people can leave purses or belongings while working. Thieves had generally used rental cars to commit crimes, officers said at the time.
Earlier this month, authorities said the three alleged posts on Instagram would read authorities: "Do you job [expletive]. "
"They could taunt us with what they're posting on social media," Covington officer Justin Stott told FOX5. "With all the active mandates we have obtained in all these jurisdictions, it's only a matter of time before we get them."
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And that is exactly what happened on Sunday when Indiana State Police said the group had been stopped in a rental car.
"At the inventory of the Nissan, which was a rental car, soldiers found a substantial amount of credit cards, checkbooks, social security cards and identity cards belonging to The police said, "The occupants of the vehicle each had several Covington felony warrants in Georgia related to a series of robberies in that area."
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Authorities said Indiana prosecutors were considering prosecution charges Sunday.
In addition to local charges pending in Indiana, officials said it was expected that the three women would eventually be extradited to Georgia to face pending criminal charges.