APolice in Irvine, Texas charged Annie Williams with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, evading arrest, DWI and criminal mischief
Williams, 58, on Friday slammed a shopper after ‘trying to run down her partner’ and smashing into a liquor store and fleeing the scene
Williams is accused of crashing into liquor store in Irving, Texas, during fight with her partner on Friday night
Bystander video shows Williams’ Chrysler SUV smashing into the store, then back up and striking female pedestrian who was left with a broken ankle
Williams crashed into four parked cars before fleeing the scene and leading them on a brief chase, police said
The liquor store was said to have sustained about $25,000 worth of damages
A middle aged woman was arrested on felony charges in Irvine, Texas after she was caught on video driving her SUV into a liquor store, striking a bystander and crashing into several parked cars during a lovers’ quarrel.
The incident took place at 8pm last Friday when police were dispatched to the Liquor Depot in the 3500 block of North Belt Line Road in the Dallas suburb of Irving for a hit-and-run report.
Police said the 58-year-old driver had been in a domestic disturbance with a male and tried to hit him with her car, and in doing so drove into the store.
According to the Irving Police Department, the suspect, identified as Annie Williams, had been fighting with her domestic partner and tried to hit him with her black Chrysler SUV, but instead drove into the liquor store. A bystander made a video recording of the incident showing Williams backing up her vehicle, allegedly in a bid to try run down her partner, only to strike a woman standing next to a parked car. The fast reversing Chrysler hit the startled woman standing next to a parked car, leaving her with a broken ankle.
Annie Williams has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, evading arrest, DWI and criminal mischief
The black Chrysler then rear-ends another parked vehicle and smashes into two other cars before Williams drives away at a high rate of speed.
‘What the f*** just went on?!’ the onlooker recording the video exclaims in shock.
A patrol sergeant attempted to pull Williams over a short time later, but she allegedly led police on a chase, reported NBC DFW.
The pursuit came to an end at North Story and Rochelle roads, where the woman was taken into custody.
The pedestrian who was hit took herself to a hospital to be treated for a broken ankle.
Police said Williams crashed into four parked cars before fleeing the scene and leading them on a brief chase
The liquor store was said to have sustained about $25,000 worth of damage.
Williams was booked into the Irving city jail on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, evading arrest, DWI and criminal mischief.