SANTA ROSA (CBS SF) — A woman with warrants out for her arrest was arrested Saturday night in Santa Rosa after she tried to run away from deputies, Sonoma County sheriff’s officials said.

A deputy pulled over a Honda Saturday night and the driver, Jessica Aldana, jumped from the vehicle while it was still moving and fled into an apartment complex, sheriff’s officials wrote on Facebook.

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As Aldana attempted to jump a fence, a citizen witnessing the incident pulled her down, but she continued to run. The deputy caught up and detained her, according to the sheriff’s office.

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An investigation revealed that Aldana had more than $150,000 worth of warrants out for her arrest. A week earlier, she led another deputy on a chase and was caught in a different stolen vehicle, sheriff’s officials said.

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