Police chase after woman refusing to stop unless she receives $300,000

Jennifer Melissa Herring 
By: Hydar Tomar 

(Scroll down for video) A woman from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, was arrested after she allegedly refused to stop when a police officer ordered her to do so.

She called 911 and demanded $300,000 in order to pull over.

According to the Office of the Brunswick County Sheriff, an officer saw 37-year-old Jennifer Melissa Herring, speeding and ordered her to pull over, but she refused to stop.

During the chase, Herring called 911 and told a dispatcher that she would not stop unless they agreed to pay her $300,000. In the video below you can hear the 911 call where the woman argues with the 911 operator. She asked the dispatcher to "call off the chase because there is no emergency."

The operator told her to pull over, but the woman asked the operator if he is a lawyer. The woman then told the operator that since he is not an attorney he is not in a position to give her the legal advice to pull over.

The officers continued to follow Herring until she reached a dead end, where she was arrested. Officers tried to stop Herring when they saw her driving 70 mph in a 45 mph zone. Herring was also found intoxicated and driving with a revoked license.

She was jailed and charged with driving under the influence, fleeing to elude arrest and driving without a license. She was also charged with failure to appear in court in an unrelated incident where she was also driving while intoxicated.