Greensboro, NC-- A woman that police tried to stop as part of a fraud investigation at a local bank on Tuesday died after crashing her car.
Friday, Greensboro Police released names of the woman who died and a passenger in the car. Investigators said the woman killed was 32 year-old Angealize Kendall. The passenger who suffered critical injuries is 33 year-old Aja Ellendy Stimers.
Greensboro Police said Kendall was being investigated for possible fraud at the State Employees' Credit Union (SECU).
According to a police report, a SECU employee called them around 12:17 pm to report a possible felony involving the use of stolen identification to cash a check. The suspect was at the bank's drive thru on Muirs Chapel Road.
The first patrol officer saw the suspect's car in the parking lot, turned on his blue lights and attempted to stop the car. The officer reported that the car left the parking lot at a high speed heading northbound on Muirs Chapel Road. The patrol officer followed, still attempting to get the suspect to stop.
Investigators said during the pursuit, Kendall lost control in a curve, ran off the roadway and hit multiple trees in the 600 block of Muirs Chapel Road. She was pronounced dead at the scene by EMS.
Stimes was taken to Moses Cone Hospital.
No other vehicles were involved in the incident.