Police: Mount Vernon Woman Uses Other’s Identity to Avoid Arrest, Driver Leads Deputies on Chase


A Mount Vernon woman allegedly used another’s identity in an attempt to avoid arrest when the car she was a passenger in was pulled over by Sheriff’s Deputies, and then the car led officers on a chase before apprehension.

According to a recent citation from Madison County Sheriffs, a traffic stop was conducted on Jacks Creek Road on a car with Shonda Bradley inside.

Bradley allegedly advised deputies that she was Holly Bradley, and stated that she did not have an ID on her according to the citation. As deputies were running the records, the car sped off and began a pursuit with police.

The citation goes on to say that the chase ended on Kentucky River Road. Bradley allegedly threw a meth pipe out of the car window when the car eventually came to a halt. Upon searching the car at this point, Bradley’s actual id was located as well as suspected methamphetamine after she was lodged into the detention center.

Bradley was charged with theft of identity of another without consent, possession of drug paraphernalia, tampering with physical evidence, possession of methamphetamine, and promoting contraband.