PHOENIX (KSAZ) - The woman accused of leading police on a wild chase in a sheriff's vehicle while naked has been sentenced.
Lisa Luna will spend a little more than two years behind bars and will serve three years of supervised probation after she is released.
In January, Luna was spotted walking naked down a Gila Bend street when she allegedly told a Maricopa County Sheriff's deputy that she had been raped. When the deputy went to grab a blanket out of his vehicle, authorities say Luna jumped in the driver's seat and sped off.
Luna led authorities on a high-speed chase to Eloy and was taken into custody after she crashed. Luna claims she doesn't remember leading authorities on a pursuit.