An Arizona Department of Public Safety trooper used a grappler to stop a car traveling more than 100 mph early Wednesday morning along Interstate 10 in Tempe.
Troopers had followed the car, but officials said there was “never a pursuit.”
The woman driving the car was arrested for criminal speed among other charges, according to a release. She was booked into Pinal County Jail.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement took custody of the four passengers, DPS stated.
A grappler is a heavy nylon net that law enforcement officers have on the front of their vehicles. When it is deployed, it wraps around a rear tire of the suspect's vehicle.