A woman who is accused of stealing a stop sign and fleeing from police in Lowellville was in a court Monday to be arraigned. 

The incident happened back in April when police saw 40-year-old Jennifer Greco of Lawrence County in a parking lot on 3rd Street.

Lowellville police say they spotted Greco throw a stop sign into the trunk of a car and then drive off speeding, the report said.

According to the report, police say the woman then allegedly drove through lawns, ran stop signs and went onto the sidewalk, nearly striking pedestrians.

Police say Greco eventually crossed into Pennsylvania and turned into a driveway on West Main Street in Hillsville.

When Greco stepped out of the car, police say they smelled marijuana, the report said.

Police say she offered her license but only responded "your mother" when asked other questions.

The car was impounded as evidence and police told her she could go back inside as the warrants were obtained from the Lowellville incident.

While searching the car, police say they found a bag of marijuana, a vape and $920 cash.

Greco was arraigned in the Struthers municipal court on Monday and faces charges including failure to comply, criminal damaging and endangering knowingly of any means and receiving stolen property.

Her case is set for a preliminary hearing on July 25.