PIERRE — A Pierre woman is arrested late Wednesday night on multiple charges after a hit-and-run call ended in a pursuit that damaged multiple vehicles. Pierre Police Captain Bryan Walz says officers were first called to the initial hit-and-run just before 10-PM in the 1700 block of North Garfield Avenue. As officers conducted their investigation, additional officers located a vehicle believed to be involved in the 700 block of East Wells Avenue. The driver fled as police tried to stop the vehicle. Police have identified the driver as 26 year-old Crystal PayPay. The vehicle driven by PayPay then struck numerous parked vehicles and objects including an electrical transformer. That led to a power outage in the area. PayPay came to a stop after hitting a parked camper near Erskine Street and Jackson Avenue. PayPay was arrested on 14 charges including five counts of Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Failure to Report an Accident, Open Container, Driving Without a License, Stop Sign Violation, Unsafe Lane Change, Speeding, Reckless Driving, Aggravated Eluding and D-U-I. Damage estimates are not available as the incident remains under investigation.