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Murder Charges Filed Against Woman for Striking Another With Vehicle

Alexandria Wells of Douglasville was reportedly an innocent bystander during domestic dispute.

Brehonna Nicole Turner of Ellenwood, Ga., has been charged with felony murder after police said she killed another woman with her vehicle Friday night, Jan. 31. Credit: Douglas County Sheriff's Department
Brehonna Nicole Turner of Ellenwood, Ga., has been charged with felony murder after police said she killed another woman with her vehicle Friday night, Jan. 31. Credit: Douglas County Sheriff's Department

An Ellenwood, Ga., woman has been charged with felony murder after Douglasville Police said she killed another woman with her vehicle Friday night.

Brehonna Nicole Turner is alleged to have hit Alexandria Wells of Douglasville at an area townhouse complex.

Douglas County coroner Randy Daniel told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that Wells was pinned under the vehicle and died of asphyxiation.

Witnesses said Wells was apparently an innocent bystander during a domestic dispute between Turner and an ex-boyfriend, according to the AJC.

According to Douglas County jail records, Turner has also been charged with aggravated assault. She is being held without bond.

Charles Allen February 03, 2014 at 09:56 AM
Damn, you can actually murder someone without using a gun! Let's outlaw cars now...
KELLI February 03, 2014 at 10:40 AM
Yes Charles Allen, and a few days ago someone was shooting at a cop with bow and arrow! Lets ban bow and arrows too! The problem is anger management!
Brett February 03, 2014 at 01:08 PM
I'd say anger management combined with utter ignorance is the culprit in this and most similar cases.

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