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Woman found with universal mailbox key, stolen mail arrested after police chase on Highway 90

SAN ANTONIO – Bexar County sheriff’s deputies arrested a woman Tuesday after she gave them a chase on Highway 90.

According to the BCSO, MPs were looking for Jessica Grim, who had a valid warrant for a drug-related felony.

Deputies located Grim, 32, and attempted to initiate a traffic stop, but she fled down Medina Base Road before eventually ending up on westbound Route 90.

Grim stopped at the 12700 block of eastbound Highway 90, where she was taken into custody without further incident, deputies said.

When the police searched her car, they found 34 letters from various locations around the area and discovered that Grim had made a master key for the mailbox.

BCSO deputies found 34 pieces of mail in Jessica Grim’s car from various locations around the area. (Bexar County Sheriff’s Office)

According to deputies, Grim could open mailboxes and steal people’s identification information.

Grim was arrested on felony drug charges, two out-of-county warrants from Kendall County for illegal possession of a 10-50 ID or information, involvement in organized crime, and evading arrest with a vehicle, the BCSO reported.

Bexar County court records Show Grim has an extensive criminal record dating back to 2010.

Her previous arrests include drug charges, fraud and theft, and one charge of illegally carrying a handgun.

Grim is currently in the Bexar County jail pending further charges.

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