VIDEO: Woman leads Sheboygan deputies on 115 mph high speed chase

Posted at 10:12 PM, Mar 29, 2018

A woman led Sheboygan County Sheriff's deputiesthrough three counties at speeds of more than a 100 mph after she stole candy and lighters. 

According to the criminal complaint, Nicole Rupert, 34, was pulled over in Sheboygan after being spotted in a Walmart taking some items. She pulled over on the highway at first, but when deputies asked her car to move it further away from traffic she took off.

Deputies chased her, at one point reaching speeds of 115 mph. She maneuvered around cars on the highway even hit stop spikes near Oostburg. Deputies said her tires blew but she just kept driving.

The chase was eventually called off but deputies were told to continue to follow her as she slowed down. Rupert eventually made it to downtown Milwaukee where her car came to a stop right in front of our TODAY'S TMJ4 truck with engineer Scott Keske inside.

He grabbed his cellphone and got video of Rupert being taken out of the car by officers and lead away in handcuffs.

She has been charged with retail theft, fleeing and drug charges. Deputies also found an illegal prescription, pot and mushrooms in her car. She is due in court April 4 at 1:30 p.m.