Macon police charged Turneika Bond, 33, of Sparkle Avenue with four counts of aggravated assault, hit and run and a DUI after she allegedly struck two men and another vehicle with her car Sunday afternoon, according to a police report.
Four men were outside a residence on Dublin Avenue with Bond when she got into her vehicle and drove straight at them.
She allegedly struck Decarlos Driskell, 36, of Spradley Drive, and Gregory Jolley, 49, of Hall Street, with her vehicle and hit Driskell’s car before fleeing the scene.
Jolley was taken by EMS to the hospital with an injured left leg, and Driskell was taken to the hospital by a friend with several cuts to his leg and neck.
Police located Bond at her residence and were advised there was a warrant issued for her arrest on various traffic charges and that she doesn’t have insurance or an active registration for her vehicle.
The license plate on the car belonged to another vehicle, and Bond’s alcohol level was .185, above the legal limit of .08. the report stated.
On her way to the Bibb County jail, Bond told officers she admitted to attempting to run over the victims because they made fun of her, the report said.