🔴 A New Hampshire State Police trooper attempted to stop Adriana Dion, 33, on Route 11 in Farmington

🔴 Dion took off instead and was pursued by the trooper through four towns

🔴 The chase ended with a crash into a snowbank

A Dover woman led police on a four-town, high speed chase Tuesday night that ended with a crash into a snowbank.

New Hampshire State Police said a trooper attempted to stop Adriana Dion, 33, on Route 11 in Farmington around 10:25 p.m. for a speed and registration violation. Dion took off in her 2005 Honda Civic onto Route 153 and was followed by the trooper onto Kings Highway through Farmington, Milton, and Middleton.

She lost control of her Honda near Route 28 in Wolfeboro and got out of the car before being taken into custody, according to State Police. She was taken to a hospital and was found not to have been injured in the pursuit and crash.

Dion was charged with reckless conduct (Class B Felony), criminal mischief (Class B Felony), disobeying an officer (Class A Misdemeanor), resisting arrest (Class A Misdemeanor), reckless operation (Violation), operating after suspension (Violation), and lane control (Violation). Dion was released on personal recognizance bail pending a court appearance March 9

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNH.

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