An 18-year-old woman led police on a freeway chase at speeds up to 100 mph Friday and was charged with aggravated assault with a motor vehicle. *** reportedly was a runaway from KIDS of El Paso, police said. *** was jailed late Friday. Officer *** said, "She tried to swerve and try to hit me several times. She just refused to pull over" during the chase from the West Side to Las Cruces. Police officer *** started chasing *** after he stopped two people who were following *** at about 6 p.m. near Sunland Park and Interstate 10. They had an expired inspection sticker, he said. "I was trying to stop them, and they kept pointing at her," he said, adding that the unidentified pair told him *** was a runaway from the KIDS rehabilitation program at 6500 Boeing. *** and his partner, ***, joined in the chase, during which *** reportedly ran an 18-wheeler off the road. *** abandoned the chase in Las Cruces, after New Mexico State Police failed to meet up with him, he said. About three hours later, *** and *** found *** after responding to a reported fight in a parking lot on the West Side. The pair who were following *** had met up with her, police said, and in trying to get away from them, she got the 1980 Oldsmobile station wagon stuck on a curb. She refused to unlock the doors, so police had her mother bring a spare set of keys. *** mother said KIDS officials told her Friday afternoon that *** was missing. The mother also reported that the station wagon was stolen.