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Portland mother tries to run from deputies with kids in car

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NORTH PLAINS, OR (KPTV) -

Police say a Portland woman faces more than two dozen criminal charges after trying to run from sheriff's deputies with two kids in the car.

According to the Washington County Sheriff's Department, 46-year-old Molly Noonan had pulled into a driveway on Cami Place in North Plains just before 12:30 a.m. Saturday morning during a traffic stop.

She allegedly gave the deputy a false name. Investigators said when she was informed she was being arrested on an outstanding warrant, she reversed her car, slamming into a parked car and pushing it into a deputy's patrol car.  

In the process, she's accused of nearly hitting four deputies and pinning one between her car and another car.

Noonan was arrested after a brief struggle. Her 15-year-old daughter was also taken into custody after allegedly assaulting another deputy.  

Noonan's 9-year-old son was put in the custody of the state.

The deputy who was briefly pinned during the incident was not seriously injured.

Noonan's charges include assault, unlawful use of a weapon, resisting arrest, identity theft and forgery.

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