One Woman Arrested After Car Chase in PCB

By: News Email
By: News Email

Panama City Beach Police have arrested one of the two women involved in a high-speed chase.

Chrissy Drummond was driving a 1993 green Crown Victoria and ran a red light on Back Beach Road around 5:00 Friday evening. When an officer tried to pull over the car, Drummond took off.

The chase was short, from Pier Park Drive to Powell Adams Road. It ended when Drummond hit two other vehicles, and spun-out.

Drummond and her passenger fled the car on foot but officers took them into custody shortly after. Drummond was charged with habitual suspended driver’s license, fleeing and eluding, leaving the scene involving injury. She also got several civil tickets for disobeying traffic control devices. Her passenger, Tabitha Hill, was not charged with anything.


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  • by Jay Location: PCB on Nov 14, 2011 at 08:39 PM
    Pier Park to Powell Adams? That's not a chase, it's two blocks at best. Probably took that long for the cop to turn the flashing lights on to even initiate the stop!
  • by Dont worry about it Location: PCB on Nov 14, 2011 at 07:54 AM
    Well Mike too bad you werent there and do not know exactly what happened now do you. As far as "high speed".....it was hardly high speed. Were you at the incident? Don't remember seeing you there.....So here is my advice to you, if a "Bch Policeman" tries to initiate a traffic stop, how about you stop, like you would for any police officer. The great thing about law enforcement is if you don't have to or need to charge somebody with something, you don't have to. And oh, do you know who affords LE the ability to do this? The Great State of Florida. You know if you were at that traffic light when that Officer observed her running the red light, you know what you would have done? Judge him and the department for not doing their job. So you tell us Mike, what you propose to have done differently? Oh yea, do you not think that this incident ran some risk to their his safety and family? Give me a break dude. Listen, its great to have an opinion and all but when you try to post publicly, at least have that opinion somewhat knowledge based. Get that t.v. based thought on how police chases go down and get educated on these things before you form your "opinion."
  • by Larry Location: Panama city beach on Nov 13, 2011 at 09:38 PM
    Mike, if you read the original story in regards to this chase you would know the only people injured in this crash were the driver and passenger of the fleeing vehicle. Secondly the passenger of a vehicle is not required by law to stay at the vehicle or render aid to the injured in the event of a crash so therefore no criminal charges could be filed. Maybe you would like it more if the beach PD violated her civil rights, Im sure you would be posting how terrible the cops were if they did that. Maybe you should study up on a situation and maybe read a law book before posting an ignorant comment.
  • by Mike Location: PC on Nov 13, 2011 at 08:15 AM
    Let see she ran from the police in a high speed chase that ended in a crash that injured some of us law abiding citizens that had nothing to do with the whole thing. The passenger could have reached over turned the car off and throw the keys out the window or in the back seat area to stop all this then ran from the police and she wasn’t charged with anything!!!! Typical justice around here and they wonder what is the matter with this country. I suspect the passenger knows or is related to some big wheel around town. If that had been one of us average Joes we would have been charged just like the driver. Totally disgusting so the next time you Bch Policemen don’t get any respect just remember it’s your fault as you’re not doing your job. A high speed chase over running a stop light that resulted in by stander injury, totally disgusting and irresponsible.
  • by Brian Location: Panama City on Nov 13, 2011 at 06:36 AM
    This career criminal, Drummond, has a rap sheet. She's been arrested before for forgery, failure to appear, driving with a suspended license, larceny, and robbery. This is just the stuff that we know about. She used to live at 5103 East 4th Street in Panama City but later moved to 2316 Laurie Avenue. Will a judge PLEASE put her in jail before her selfish, reckless behavior hurts more people or kills someone?
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