The Authorities Says That
Authorities with the Baton Rouge Police Department responded to a call Sunday evening involving a woman accused of striking a man with her vehicle.
According to the police report, 28-year-old Ginger Leonard struck her boyfriend with her vehicle in the parking lot of their shared apartment complex. Upon the officer’s arrival, Leonard attempted to flee the scene but was blocked in by the marked patrol car.
The Statement Of The Police
Police say once Leonard was informed of the context of the 911 call, and she then told authorities that she too attempted to call and report abuse. Leonard told police that she hit her boyfriend with her car after he hit her in the face with a closed fist.
EMS arrived on the scene and advised authorities that the male would be transported to the hospital with a broken leg.
Leonard was booked into East Baton Rouge Prison with a charge of aggravated, second-degree battery (domestic).
‘The Anger Woman’s Act’,
The cops had arrested a woman from the same town after she allegedly tried to run her boyfriend over with her car when he said he no longer wanted to date her.
Police in Kingston, states that the incident occurred on the last Thursday evening after the 28-year-old woman drove to her boyfriend’s house.
Police say the man told her that he wanted to break up with her and the pair began arguing in the driveway.
‘The Boyfriend Escapes By Jumping’,
Police say the man jumped to avoid being struck, but he smashed into the windshield and received minor injuries to his arm.
The Report States That,
Police say she has been charged with assault with a weapon and dangerous driving. When the man told her he no longer wanted to be in a relationship with her, police say the woman started to drive towards him. Police say the man was able to jump to avoid being run over, but he was still struck by the vehicle, shattering the windshield and injuring his arm. The woman then allegedly fled the home. According to police, she turned herself in the next day and was arrested and charged with assault with a weapon and dangerous driving.