Alicia Nicole Moss

Alicia Nicole Moss

A Shelbyville woman was arrested after allegedly resisting a traffic stop and fleeing an officer on foot following a telephone-pole collision.

Alicia Moss, 33, faces multiple charges following the incident, which took place last Thursday.

According to the arrest report, Macon County Sheriff's Office deputy Cody Murphy encountered Moss at Red Boiling Springs Market and advised her that he had a warrant for her arrest due to a violation of probation.

Moss then allegedly drove the vehicle that she was operating from the scene and refused to stop when Murphy activated his emergency equipment.

Murphy also reported that Moss passed a stop sign at an intersection without stopping, passed a vehicle in a no-passing zone and caused several vehicles to swerve to avoid her.

The report states that Moss then lost control of vehicle at a curve and collided with a telephone pole.

At this point, Moss allegedly continued evading arrest on foot and ran into the woods. She was found approximately a quarter of a mile from the wreck scene, hiding in a vehicle, and she was placed under arrest.

A straw with white residue was allegedly found inside the vehicle Moss had been driving during an inventory search.

Moss was charged with violation of probation, resisting arrest, failure to stop for a signal or sign, aggravated assault, reckless driving, possession of drug paraphernalia, improper passing and two counts of evading arrest.

Her bond was set at $14,500, and her court date was slated for Wednesday.