A Stuart woman has been charged with attempted capital murder of a law enforcement officer and multiple other charges, according to Patrick Sheriff Dan Smith.\r\nThe sheriff said the incident began on May 21 when the Patrick County Sheriff\u2019s Office was requested by Henry County officials to locate two wanted suspects on Foley Ridge Road in the Pole Bridge area of the county.\r\nDeputy Dustin Foley responded to that location and found the two suspects, who were identified as a married couple, Michelle Spencer Reed and Joshua Coy Reed, both of Stuart, Smith said.\r\nFoley arrested and secured Joshua Reed and then attempted to arrest Michelle Reed, who was sitting in a full-sized pickup truck, the sheriff said.\r\nFoley told Michelle Reed that she was under arrest, but she refused to unlock the doors to the vehicle and comply with the deputy\u2019s commands, Smith said.\r\nAfter negotiations with Reed failed, Foley broke the passenger window out of the truck and attempted to place Reed into custody.\r\nReed physically resisted, cranked the vehicle and attempted to run over Foley, Smith said.\r\nFoley was able to jump out of the way of the truck without injury. He ran to his patrol car and started pursuing Reed.\r\nDuring the pursuit, Reed allegedly drove head-on at Foley\u2019s patrol car, attempting to hit it, Smith said. Foley was able to maneuver his vehicle to the right, barely missing a head-on collision, the sheriff said.\r\nFoley pursued Reed for approximately half a mile, at which time Reed crashed and was taken into custody.\r\nBoth suspects were eventually turned over to Henry County officers on their warrants.\r\nSmith said his office consulted with Commonwealth\u2019s Attorney Stephanie Vipperman, which led to the attempted capital murder charge. Reed was also charged with felony escape from custody, resisting arrest and reckless driving.\r\n\u201cUnfortunately, Reed has been released from custody on the original Henry County charges,\u201d Smith said May 27. \u201cShe is now wanted on our felony charges, and we are asking for information from the public to locate and arrest her.\u201d\r\nHenry County law enforcement officers arrested Reed again Sunday and turned her over to Patrick County officers around 6 p.m.\r\nReed is being held in the Patrick County Jail without bond.