FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — A woman was hit with her own car by a man who was supposed to be her friend, according to a Forsyth County Sheriff's incident report.
On May 14, a passerby called deputies when they saw a woman in front of Jamestown subdivision in Alpharetta injured and screaming in pain.
The victim said her friend hit her with her car after they got into an argument.
The woman said she allowed him to drive her to work, and he wanted to use the car while she was working.
She told the driver, 'no' and he took off and drove around while they argued. The woman said she got out of the car after he "made physically aggressive gestures" toward her and walked away from the car. That is when the woman said he struck her with the car. Deputies say the woman's leg was broken and she was taken North Fulton Hospital.
Deputies tracked the car to an apartment complex in DeKalb County.