A 19-year-old Two Rivers woman remains confined to the Manitowoc County Jail in connection with a vehicle pursuit Tuesday afternoon in the Township of Two Rivers. Jasmine Phillips is charged with operating a motor vehicle without the owners consent—knowingly fleeing an officer and hit and run causing injury. She was also cited for operating without a valid license and reckless driving. Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Deputy Inspector Jason Orth tells Seehafer News that at approximately 3:20 PM the Joint Dispatch Center received a report of a stolen vehicle from a residence in the 3300 block of East State Highway 310. The registered Owner, Justin Powalisz was returning home when he observed someone trying to steal his purple 1999 Saturn SL1. Phillips was able to elude an attempt by Powalisz to keep her from leaving as she struck the side of his garage before fleeing down Highway 310 then south on Johnston Drive. The victim proceeded to follow Phillips before she was spotted by a Sheriff’s Deputy travelling westbound on Waldo Boulevard near north 23rd Street. When attempting to turn onto North Rapids Road she sideswiped an SUV driven by a 76-year-old Manitowoc woman. Phillips proceeded onwards at speeds reaching 80 miles-per-hour eventually losing control in the east ditch of County Highway R near Redwood Drive. She then fled on foot before being apprehended by deputies. The 76-year-old Manitowoc woman—whose identity wasn’t released was taken to Holy Family Memorial for treatment of minor injuries. Conditions of bail are that Phillips report upon release to the Sheriff’s Department for photos and prints and have no contact with Justin Powalisz. Her initial appearance is scheduled for Monday afternoon at 2:30.