Authorities in northwest Arizona said a woman targeted a man when she rammed her truck into his vehicle at his workplace on Monday.
According to the Mohave County Sheriff's Office, Stacey Renee Voigt, 44, was charged in connection with a collision that happened just off U.S. 95 in Mohave Valley.
Deputies said Voigt was behind the wheel of a truck that rammed into a vehicle and into a building. The vehicle involved in the incident belonged to a man who told deputies he had been threatened by Voigt in the past.
The man was injured when the rammed car struck him while he was in his seat behind a desk, deputies said.
Voigt attempted to flee the scene but was blocked by a tow truck, the sheriff's office said. Deputies also smelled an odor of alcohol on the suspect.
She was booked into the Mohave County Substation Jail on felony counts of attempted murder, criminal damage, endangerment and aggravated assault. She was also charged for harassment in another incident involving the injured victim, deputies said.
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