Woman charged with trying to run over ex-boyfriend

Written by  Tuesday, 22 April 2014 09:34

 Tanesha Roshan OdomTanesha Roshan Odom An argument between a woman and her ex-boyfriend turned violent Sunday when she reportedly tried to run over him in her car.


  According to a report from the Bulloch County Sheriff's Department when officers arrived they found the victim unconscious on the ground at Dry Branch Village.  He   appeared to have had a seizure but when he regained consciousness he told Deputy Sheriff Cpl. Greg Collins 22 year old Tanesha Roshan Odom of East Raymond Street had tried to run over him with her 2003 Ford Expedition.  She at first missed him then backed up and tried again.  He was struck and fell down and she ran over his hand as she left. 


  At last report Odom was in the Bulloch County Jail charged with aggravated assault and was awaiting bond and a court hearing.




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