She tapped her brakes and continued driving through the toll, back into the city and then to her home in Elkton using local roads, afraid that going through more tolls would lead to her arrest. She was right; a man driving home to New Jersey had chased her down, got her license plate and told police, but after she had gone through the first toll. King called a friend to get directions to Elkton, stopped near a city church to inspect the damage to her Ford Explorer, called her son and was overheard by his friends saying she had done something really bad, stopped for cigarettes at a Royal Farms store, where a surveillance cameras caught her damaged vehicle and then abadoned the SUV at a truck stop. Truckers called police after seeing the car and hearing news reports of the accident. Police arrested her at her home shortly after 7 a.m. on Jan. 1.