Bond set at $100,000 for mom who led police on chase with children in car
Shifra Uzilov facing 5 charges for Wednesday morning incident, including assaulting police officers
KEEGO HARBOR, Mich. – Bond has been set at $100,000 for a 22-year-old mother who is accused of leading police on a wild chase through Oakland County with her two young daughters in her SUV and then assaulting three police officers when she finally came to a stop.
Shifra Uzilov was arraigned Thursday on charges of fleeing a police officer, malicious destruction of police property, assaulting a police officer, child abuse and failing to stop at a personal injury accident.
Dashcam from a police car shows the chase involving Uzilov Wednesday morning.
Uncut video: Mother runs from police in Keego Harbor
Keego Harbor police officer Jim Cote said Uzilov's Dodge Durango reached speeds of 80 miles per hour as she blew through stop signs, weaving in and out of traffic and into oncoming traffic.
Cote said when Uzilov finally stopped, she slapped and punched officers who were trying to restrain her.
Her two children, ages 1 and 2, were found in their car seats unharmed in the back seat of Uzilov's SUV. They were turned over to their father.
Cote said police have originally tried to pull Uzilov over because she had been involved in a hit-and-run at Cass Lake Road and Kessler Avenue.
Uzilov is a student at Oakland Community College and also waitresses at a restaurant in West Bloomfield.
Her preliminary hearing was set for Nov. 5.
If Uzilov posts bond, Uzilov isn't allowed to drive, must wear a GPS tether and only leave her home for work -- she must also undergo a mental examination. She also must be accompanied by another person while with her children.
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