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Report: Woman felt threatened before intentionally hitting woman with car

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Shaquilla Stafford (Source: LVMPD) Shaquilla Stafford (Source: LVMPD)
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A witness from an ongoing case at the Regional Justice Center said she was leaving the courthouse when she was struck by a vehicle, according to an arrest report. 

The report for Shaquilla Stafford stated a woman, identified as Queva Staford, was leaving the courthouse with a male when he pointed and yelled at Shaquilla. Shaquilla appeared to be parked on Third Street when she pulled away from the curve, made a U-turn, then drove onto the sidewalk and struck Queva. She was taken to University Medical Center for treatment. 

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Shaquilla then drove away from the scene of the crash. 

Authorities were able to locate an address for Shaquilla after the incident. A detective saw Shaquilla get out of a vehicle and the detective took her into custody. 

Shaquilla would not tell the detective where the vehicle she used to hit the Queva was. 

While Shaquilla was sitting in the booking area, she said she ran over Queva because she thought she was going to attack her. 

A detective found a handgun with the serial number partially removed in Shaquilla's purse. 

Shaquilla was charged with battery with a deadly weapon, possession of a gun with altered serial number, and CCW gun, police said.

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