Alvarado had an active warrant through Marshall County for failure to appear on an intimidation charge. An attempt was made to stop the vehicle but Alvarado continued to drive to her residence on Hillcrest.
Officer Gilmer took Alvarado into custody and transported her to the Marshall County Jail. She was booked in for the warrant and a new charge of Resisting Law Enforcement with a vehicle as a level 6 felony.
Alvarado was given a cash bond of $3,000 for the resisting charge and a court date of February 13th for her initial hearing in Marshall Superior Court II.
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