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A woman wore a huge dog head paired with wings as she led police on a chase through Houston on Thursday morning. 
Police responded to a call from the Stripes Gas Station in Southmore at 9.30am and was told that 30-year-old Colleen Dickens had allegedly stolen $10, cigarettes and a lighter.
The woman reportedly jumped in her black sedan when police arrived, fleeing the scene. 

Harris County Precinct 7 officers threw spikes at the corner of Parkwood and Scott and Dickens. The woman was forced to pull over once riding over them, KHOU reports. 
Dickens was detained and charged with robbery and felony evading. 
Police say the woman was belligerent as she was being arrested. She was said to have spat on the officers. 
'The suspect was extremely combative and spit on several Sheriff deputies during the booking process therefore, a spit guard had to be placed over her mouth in order to get her mugshot taken,' Pamela Greenwood, public information officer for the Harris County Precint, said to KPRC
Video shows the moment Dickens exited her vehicle and she can still be seen wearing her dog head.  
But her mother asserts that that isn't the type of person her daughter is. 
'She's not a criminal. She's just going through some stuff,' Carmella Walker explained to KTRK. ' 
Walker claimed that her daughter was suffering from a mental breakdown. 
The mother added: 'She was just getting back to herself. It's just like all of sudden, things started spinning out of control.' 
According to the woman's uncle, Dickens is a mother of two and has been working to get her life back together. 
'She's a very good person. She loves her kids very much. She takes care of her kids,' said Elridge Walker. 
Dickens remains in Harris County Jail. Her bond is set at $10,000. 

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