Woman Who Allegedly Hit Baltimore City Officers Had Prior Charges
Alycia Marie Hoffman, 25, faces narcotics possession charges as well traffic offenses
The woman that allegedly hit two Baltimore City police officers with a car on Wednesday, previously faced theft charges as a result of being a passenger in a car during a fatal accident in July 2011.
Alycia Marie Hoffman, 25, was arrested and charged with drug possession and several traffic offenses after she allegedly struck two police officers with a car and then led a chase into Baltimore County, according to police.
Hoffman, of Bel Air, after allegedly striking the officers, led police on a chase through Northeast Baltimore, Towson, Parkville and Carney before county police cars boxed her in and forced her to a stop.
The officers who were struck by the vehicle suffered non-life-threatening injuries, according to Baltimore police officials.
Hoffman was riding in a car in July 2011 with Nicole Ashley Albers when they were involved in an accident that killed 64-year-old Carolyn Dicocco in Bel Air.
Following the accident Hoffman was charged with two counts of theft less than $100, as a result of an Apirl 2011 incident where she and Albers allegedly stole a "Tower" stereo, a portable speaker case, a digital camera case, hair dye, hair reviver, a fingertip massager and headphones from a Bel Air CVS.
Patch Social Media Manager Brad Gerick contributed to this story.