BELLEVUE - A Clay County woman is facing robbery charges after officials say she and another man stole a chainsaw from a home.
According to witnesses, last Thursday Christina Webb and Eddy Hensley Junior went to a home on Fourth Street in Bellevue and told a woman inside of the home that her husband owed Hensley money then threatened to take a chainsaw.
During an argument, witnesses inside the home say Hensley pulled out a pocket knife and motioned as if he was going to stab a man who was in the house. At that time, Hensley and the man he allegedly threatened to stab fought while struggling for the knife.
The woman says during the fight Christina Webb bit her on the right wrist during a struggle for the chainsaw.
After the fight, the people inside the home started chasing Webb and Hensley, and that's when a Clay County Deputy stumbled upon them and saw someone get into a Jeep and leave the scene.
When the woman told authorities what happened, the deputy pursued the vehicle on U.S. Highway 287 South with his emergency lights on, but the driver failed to pull over and instead sped off going 100 miles-per-hour and avoiding stop signs.
The deputy later found the vehicle at a residence in Sunset and saw Webb on the porch with her 7-year-old and 3-month-old children who she says were also in the car along with her and Hensley, but that Hensley was driving.
Webb is still in the Clay County Jail, charged with aggravated robbery, two counts of abandoning or endangering a child and evading arrest or detention.
There is a warrant out for Hensley's arrest.
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