Giants fan accused in high-speed chase pleads not guilty

A Giants fan from Long Island accused of driving high on drugs and leading police on a seven-mile chase pleaded not guilty in court today.Police

CORAM - A Giants fan from Long Island accused of driving high on drugs and leading police on a seven-mile chase pleaded not guilty in court today.

Police say Emily Hindman led police on a high-speed chase from Medford to Coram after she blew a stop sign. Her vehicle's windows were all decked out with phrases about the New York Giants.

Hindman was arrested after ramming a police car. Officials say drugs and paraphernalia were found in her vehicle.

The Mount Sinai woman was arraigned on several charges including driving high on drugs and resisting arrest. Her bail was set at $35,000.

Giants fan from LI arrested after police chase

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