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.