INDIAN RIVER, FL – A Florida woman was charged after she drove through a golf course and according to police records, never asked anyone if she could play through.
There were no injuries after a driver broke through a gate and drove through the Grand Harbor golf course Tuesday afternoon. The driver, identified only as a female, was arrested. She has been transported for medical clearance before being booked.
The incident originated in the Waterford Lakes community of Vero Beach shortly after 1 p.m. The Indian River County Sheriff’s Office attempted to pull her over but she did not comply, which prompted a pursuit.
The woman drove through the Grand Harbor golf course gate and onto the course. Authorities were successful in conducting a PIT maneuver and boxed her in.
There were no injuries reported, though her vehicle and two Sheriff’s Office vehicles did sustain damage. The woman’s charges will be released upon her booking into the county jail.