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Woman Arrested For Striking Person With Vehicle

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Bulloch County Sheriff's Deputies responded to U.S. 25 near the Jenkins County line on Sunday.  Upon arrival, deputies spoke with a 42-year-old male victim.  He said he had been intentionally struck by a vehicle.  He also told deputies he and his female companion, Lakisha Bobbie Lee had been traveling when an argument began.  The victim says Lee pulled the car over, told the victim to get out and also exited the vehicle.  Deputies say Lee then got back in the car, put it in reverse and struck the victim.  The victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.  Jenkins County Sheriff's deputies were able to locate Lee and transport her back to Bulloch County.  She has been charged with aggravated assault and several other traffic charges,

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