Liberty police arrested a woman after she allegedly was seen driving recklessly in Liberty and attempted to lead police on a chase. 

 On August 12 around 3:40 p.m., police saw a driver who was traveling recklessly on Belmont Avenue near East Liberty Street. 

When police attempted to pull over the driver after seeing her turn without signaling, she allegedly pulled off and tried to speed away from police down East Liberty Street. 

According to the report, the driver, 19-year-old Brenna Clark, accelerated and decelerated several times before making a quick turn onto Parkwood Avenue. 

Police say that Clark finally stopped the vehicle on Parkwood Avenue. Clark exited the car and tried to walk away, but police quickly detained her. 

Clark had a passenger in the vehicle who was also stopped by police after attempting to run away, but Clark's passenger was not charged. 

According to the report, neither Clark or her passenger had a valid drivers license, and Clark was allegedly involved in two hit and run crashes, which occurred on earlier dates. 

Police say that Clark admitted that she was on probation in Niles Municipal Court. 

The vehicle was towed, and Clark was charged with failure to comply, failure to stop after an accident and driving under OVI suspension.