WARNER ROBINS -- A 37-year-old Byron woman was charged with aggravated assault after she allegedly struck her ex-husband with her car.
Alexis Ingang Robinson also was charged with terroristic threats for allegedly sending threatening text messages to her ex-husband’s girlfriend, according to a Warner Robins police incident report.
Robinson told police that she was driving through the 100 block of Tinker Boulevard on her way to visit a relative and only yelled at 40-year-old Lamar Robinson. But a neighbor who witnessed the incident early Sunday morning told police that Alexis Robinson struck Lamar Robinson with her car, sending him into a neighbor’s yard, the report said.
Lamar Robinson, who declined to be checked out by emergency medical personnel on the scene, complained of pain in his stomach and left arm after the incident, according to the report.
Alexis Robinson is free on a $7,500 bond pending trial, Houston County jail records show.
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