UPDATE: Rochester woman receives 4 years probation after ramming police cars

(ABC 6 News) A Rochester woman pleaded guilty to charges including fleeing police on two occasions Monday.

Andrea Ann Wallace, 35, pleaded guilty July 11 to first-degree damage to property after being accused of ramming two police cars to escape officers blocking her exit from a Holiday gas station in October of 2021.

She received nine days in jail, which has already been served, as well as four years’ supervised probation.

Wallace must also serve 50 hours of community service and pay $590 in restitution.

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According to court documents, Wallace was wanted for fleeing an earlier traffic stop that month after an officer noticed her expired registration and attempted to pull her over.

Wallace pleaded guilty to fleeing police in a motor vehicle from the charges related to the first stop.

The remaining charges were dismissed.

Wallace also pleaded guilty to gas theft in October of 2021. According to her plea document, she hoped to receive no additional jail time, with credit for time served.

Wallace received one year of probation for the gas theft, to be served concurrently with the other probation time.