Woman Rams Boyfriend's Car With "Other Woman" Inside

Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Tanisha Jennings
Tanisha Jennings

A Chattanooga woman was arrested after police said she discovered her boyfriend with another woman and angrily rammed her car into his while several people were inside.

Tanisha Jennings, 22, was driving a silver Mercury. According to police, she drove around until she saw her boyfriend Patrick Johnson's black Dodge Charger parked on Stuart Street. The other girlfriend and two of Mr. Johnson's friends were also inside.

According to the witnesses, Ms. Jennings came up and crashed her car into them, damaging the passenger side of the Dodge Charger from bumper to bumper before fleeing the scene.

Before police arrived and spoke to the passengers, they initially thought it was just a wreck.

Ms. Jennings was identified in a photo on May 1 but was not arrested until June 2. She was charged with aggravated assault.

Bond was set at $15,000.

 


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