A woman has been arrested for allegedly hitting a motorcycling with her car in a domestic violence incident.
Kayln Weber Latham, 25, has been charged with aggravated assault, as well as misdemeanor charges. Deputies with Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office had been looking for Latham since Tuesday morning and arrested her at a Military Road residence Tuesday at 7:40 p.m.
The victim reported he and Latham were at a friend’s house when they started arguing, according to a LCSO press release. They both left the friend’s house, driving off in opposite directions. The victim, who was on a motorcycle, was turning onto Ellis Road when he looked behind him and saw Webster. He said the suspect intentionally ran over him.
The vehicle then stopped and Latham fled the scene on foot, the press release said.
The victim was taken to Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle where he was treated and released.
Latham has also been charged with misdemeanor assault on a police officer and possession of marijuana. She has been released on $7,800 bond from Lowndes County Adult Detention Center.
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