Two women arrested after Salem car chase, hit-and-run

Two women arrested after Salem car chase, hit-and-run
Rosalind Rae Garcia (left) and Lisa Dalila Alcaca

SALEM, Ore. – Police arrested two women who they said led them on a chase through the Salem area and were involved in a hit-and-run crash Tuesday morning.

State police said it started at 12:15 a.m. with an attempted traffic stop near Interstate 5. The driver didn’t stop and led police and Marion County sheriff’s deputies on a chase through Salem and Keizer roads at around 80 mph, police said.

The car crashed into two vehicles at the intersection of Silverton Road NE and Fisher Road. Police said the driver continued past the crash scene, but eventually stopped.

Police arrested the driver and passenger, who were both wanted on outstanding warrants.

The driver, 29-year-old Rosalind Rae Garcia, was arrested on several charges, including DUII, possession of methamphetamine, attempting to elude, misdemeanor hit and run and driving with a suspended license.

The passenger, 30-year-old Lisa Dalila Alcaca, was arrested on a warrant for parole violation.

Police took them to the Marion County Jail.