Woman found with universal mailbox key, stolen mail arrested after leading deputies on a chase on Highway 90

Jessica Grim had an active felony drug warrant, deputies say

LEFT: Jessica Grim during her arrest; RIGHT: Mugshot (Bexar County Sheriff's Office)

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

According to BCSO, deputies were searching for Jessica Grim who had an active felony drug warrant.

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

Grim came to a stop in the 12700 block of eastbound US Hwy 90, where she was taken into custody without further incident, deputies said.

When deputies were searching her vehicle, they located 34 pieces of mail from locations throughout the area and discovered Grim had made a universal mailbox key.

BCSO deputies located 34 pieces of mail from several locations throughout the area in Jessica Grim's vehicle. (Bexar County Sheriff's Office)

Grim was able to unlock mailboxes and steal people’s identifying information, deputies said.

Grim was arrested on felony drug charges, two out-of-county warrants from Kendall County for fraudulent possession of ID or info 10-50, engaging in organized criminal activity, and evading arrest with a motor vehicle, BCSO reported.

Bexar County court records show Grim has an extensive criminal background dating back to 2010.

Her previous arrests include drug, fraud and theft charges and one charge for unlawful carry of a handgun.

Grim is currently in Bexar County Jail pending further charges.

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