Titusville police seek high-speed chase suspect

Sarah Bloom, aka "Princess Sarah," according to Titusville Police.

Titusville police are asking the public to help them apprehend a Titusville woman who led them on a high-speed chase.

Sarah Bloom, 28, of Titusville, has been charged with one felony count of fleeing and eluding, along with six traffic violations. Police say she has active warrants out of Ohio and Pennsylvania.

On Friday afternoon, Titusville police were reportedly led on a high-speed chase by a black Hyundai Sedan being driven by Bloom. Police said they pursued Bloom’s vehicle out of the city of Titusville when she accelerated and refused to stop at stop signs, and traveled into the opposite lane of traffic, reaching speeds of 85 to 90 miles per hour. As the police continued to pursue with emergency lights and sirens to the area of Buells Corner Road, they terminated the pursuit for safety reasons.

On Saturday, Titusville police, and state police form both Warren and Corry barracks went to a residence on Flat Road in Grand Valley in an attempt to locate B

loom. While there, police found the black Hyundai Sedan “hidden in a side yard, behind a small section of woods,” according to Titusville Police. A male resident told police that Bloom saw them approaching and “took off through the back woods on foot with another male.”

A second male questioned, Donovan Vroman, 21, of Titusville, has been charged with one felony count of hindering apprehension. Police said Vroman “intentionally and knowingly lied about Bloom’s whereabouts.” He was committed to Crawford County Jail.

Police are asking anyone with information on Bloom’s whereabouts to contact Titusville police at (814) 724-2458.