A suspected Oklahoma DUI driver plowed a stolen SUV into a cop and his squad car, called herself God as she was Tased and sang Christian hymns while handcuffed — a bizarre saga captured on officers’ body cameras.
Stacey Ann Bunsey, 41, drove into Sand Springs Officer James Matthew Stacy Friday during a police chase through the Tulsa suburb before she braked in a ditch and popped out of the car’s sunroof, police said.
Officers, James Matthew Stacy, tried to throw down a spike strip to deflate the tires on the SUV in a parking lot, but Bunsey circled around and started driving at Stacy.
“It soon became apparent that I was not going to have time to do this, and that she intended on trying to hurt or kill me,”
Stacy said in a statement.
As the white SUV barreled toward Stacy, he ducked behind his squad car’s door.
The officer fired two shots at the woman, but neither hit her.
Bunsey later crashed the SUV into the officer’s vehicle.
The cop quickly got back on his feet and ran toward Bunsey’s SUV, which came to a halt nearby, the video showed.
She jumped out of the sunroof and began telling them that she was God.
“I’m God, b—h! Welcome to hell!”
Bunsey yelled while smiling and waving at the officers who swarmed the SUV.
Several officers surrounded the wrecked SUV and demanded Bunsey get out of the car.
Instead she popped out of the roof, waving one hand and cackling.
“This house is on fire! Burn this motherf–ker!”
she screamed, according to video from a second cop’s body camera.
The cops repeatedly demanded she show her other hand, which was still inside the car.
They eventually shocked her with a Taser, sending her tumbling back from the roof and into the car.
The officers pulled Bunsey out of the car, cuffed her and walked her to a squad car.
As one officer examined her for possible gunshot wounds, he mentioned he wanted to make sure she didn’t
“I don’t bleed out, I’m the Holy Spirit, b—h!” she yelled. “Now can you bow down?”
Then, she started singing
“Jesus Loves Me.”
“Jesus loves me, this I know, for the Bible tells me so. Little ones to Him belong; they are weak, but He is strong,”
Bunsey screeched as a cop held her against the patrol car.
The woman, who reportedly told police that she “did a line of ice” before her arrest, was booked on charges including assault and battery with a deadly weapon on a police officer, eluding a police officer, driving under the influence of drugs, possession of a stolen vehicle and resisting arrest.
Officer Stacy, who has been on the force since Febraury 2011, was taken to a local hospital after the crash as a precaution and was treated for minor abrasions.