Woman arrested after attempting to run over female acquaintance of ex-boyfriend

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Wednesday, October 23, 2013 - 7:00pm

A 26-year-old Baton Rouge woman is behind bars on attempted murder charges after an incident involving her ex-boyfriend and a female that was with him, according to reports.

The Baton Rouge Police Department was called around 11:15 a.m. on October 22 after a vehicle had struck another vehicle and the driver was attempting to flee the scene.

Arriving officers interviewed a citizen that witnessed the altercation and Kaelynn Williams’ ex-boyfriend, who was driving the vehicle that was struck.

It was learned that Williams hit ex-boyfriend’s vehicle with her own multiple times, thus forcing it off the roadway.

A female acquaintance that was in the victim attempted to safely leave the vehicle. Williams then allegedly tried to hit the other female with her car; however, she missed and struck a house.

Williams got out of her car and tried to flee the scene, but was captured by officers shortly thereafter.

Williams was charged with two counts of Attempted Second-Degree Murder, Reckless Driving, Criminal Damage to Property and Driving with a Suspended License. Her bond is set at $46,500. 

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