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Woman survives being run-over

24-year-old Vondrameke Polk 24-year-old Vondrameke Polk

February 21, 2008

Dougherty County --  A Dougherty County woman is arrested for running over her cousin with a car-- twice.  

Investigators say 24-year-old Vondrameke Polk and Lazzora McCoy were fighting at a relative's house on Pinson Road. That's when McCoy chased Polk out of the house with a knife.

Police say McCoy jumped on the hood of Polk's car and broke the windshield, and when she fell off, Polk ran over her leg. Then, she then backed up and ran over it again.

Polk is charged with aggravated assaulted and aggravated battery.

McCoy is in fair condition with a broken leg.

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