Women charged in shoplifting that led to car chase appear in court

JACKSON, Tenn. — Two women appeared Thursday in court on charges in a suspected shoplifting at Jackson Kroger that led to a high-speed chase.

Alicia Jones, left, and Quineshia Townsel

Alicia Jones and Quineshia Townsel were arraigned on a charge of theft in the March 28 incident that began at the Stonebrook Place Kroger.

The women are accused of taking nearly $800 in groceries. The pursuit afterward led to a chase into Hardeman and Fayette counties.

According to court papers, Andrew Mondie was driving the car.

Deputies forced their vehicle off the road, ending the chase.

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