Woman arrested following Collier high-speed chase

Photo via the Collier County Sheriff’s Office.

NAPLES, Fla. A 45-year-old woman was arrested early Thursday morning after a high-speed chase ended in a head-on collision, Collier deputies said.

The pursuit took place around 2:04 a.m. Sonia Negron, of Port Charlotte, allegedly targeted Corey Parker, 26, after their first encounter when she tried to forcefully enter Parker’s friend’s house on Goodlette Frank Road.

Parker’s friend said that Negron was his ex-girlfriend and he didn’t want to speak with her, according to arrest reports.

When they wouldn’t let her in, she waited until Parker left and followed the car, deputies said.

As Parker was driving north on Goodlette, Parker became increasingly distressed and called 911 after Negron began repeatedly ramming Parker’s vehicle, deputies said.

“She’s been stalking him all week and tonight I was at his place and…oh my God she just hit my car,” Parker told dispatch.

Less than a minute later, Parker stopped responding.

Negron hit Parker’s vehicle again, this time causing Parker to lose control and slam into the median and a palm tree, deputies said.

Deputies arrived two minutes later and Parker was taken to Naples Community Hospital, according to arrest reports.

Negron is facing a charge of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. She will have her bond set by a judge on Friday.

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