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 Arizona sheriff’s deputy Francisco Campillo, stopped to help Lisa Ann Luna when he found her wandering, stark naked
Luna, 31, jumped into his police vehicle and sped when he got down to get a blanket from the back of the truck 
When Deputy Campillo stopped Lisa Luna at the scene, claimed she’d been sexually assaulted, she recanted the rape story while in custody
The woman who later said she’d lost her clothes when she was ‘high’, led law enforcement on a 70 mile high speed chase , ending when she lost control of the truck snd crashed into another vehicle
The ex-con has several past convictions in Arizona for failing to remain at an accident scene, driving without a valid license, disorderly conduct, shoplifting, criminal damage, theft and assault
The suspect was  booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon vehicle theft and endangerment

Video of cop stopping to help the naked woman before she stole the police car
Lisa Luna3.pngAs recorded on the deputy’s webcam, he spots the naked Lisa Luna in the parking lot

A career criminal posing as a rape victim approached an Arizona sheriff’s deputy calmly approached a police officer stark naked, told the officer she was raped and asked him for clothing before stealing his vehicle and leading authorities on a high-speed chase.

Deputy Francisco Campillo of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office spotted Lisa Luna, 31, of Mesa, Ariz., completely nude as she walked on S. Butterfield Road in Gila Bend on Jan. 5.
“Hey, you OK?” Campillo said. “Where’s all your clothes at?”
Luna initially told the officer she was raped,but said she was OK as she walked away from officer Campillo and around his pick-up truck while asking the deputy for a “jacket or something.” Campillo then went to get Luna a blanket when she hopped in the truck and drove off, sparking a 70-mile chase that involved multiple law enforcement agencies.

Lisa Luna2.pngThe woman claimed she had just been raped

According to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, Luna was arrested after she lost control of the stolen truck and crashed into another vehicle on Interstate 10, near Eloy.
Campillo, an 11-year department veteran, had minor injuries sustained while attempting to stop Luna from stealing his truck. He has since returned to duty.
While in  custody, Luna recanted her story of being the victim of a rape. In a new version of events, the suspect told investigators she was high on methamphetamine and “spice,” which she said led her to steal the vehicle. She claimed that at the time, her skin was “just on fire,” as if it were burning: “I remember my skin burning,” she told AZFamily.com. “Like I couldn’t, like I couldn’t handle it. Like, my skin was just on fire … I don’t know if it was acid or what it was.”

Lisa luna4.pngThe alleged victim was Lisa Ann Luna, a career criminal and thief who later recanted the rape story

She also claimed she was hearing  voices, of father and a friend, both of whom are deceased.
“I remember him trying to help me,” Luna said of Campillo. “But there was a lot of stuff I didn’t have control over. I just remember just wanting to just let go, not wanting to lie. I just felt like my body was just being burned and raped repeatedly. Like, it just felt unreal.”

Lisa Luna5.pngThe officer is caught off guard when she jumped into his official police truck and sped off

Before her arrest, Luna was wanted on an outstanding warrant in Arizona, according to the Sheriff’s Office. Authorities confirmed Luna has a prior criminal history.
According to court records, Luna has had several prior convictions in Arizona, including failing to remain at an accident scene, driving without a valid license, disorderly conduct, shoplifting, criminal damage, theft and assault.
She was booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon vehicle theft and endangerment, made her initial appearance in Maricopa County Superior Court on Jan., 7, 2017.
She is being held at the Maricopa County Jail after completing her initial court appearance, bond was set at $50,000.

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