LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) – Police say a woman wanted on various credit card fraud charges is in custody after falling into a Pennsylvania country club’s icy pond while running away from officers.

Forty-one-year-old Meredith Calder, of Lancaster, was wanted by the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Department and the Northern York Regional Police when officers got a tip she was staying in a housing development near the Conestoga Manor Country Club in Manor Township.

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Police say Calder tried to avoid arrest but fell through the ice and refused to leave the shallow pond. As a result, officers waded in and arrested Calder on Tuesday.

She was briefly treated at a hospital before being released to the custody of sheriff’s deputies.

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Online court records don’t list an attorney for Calder.

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