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Selma Police arrest woman in apparent domestic violence case

Jaketha Woods (Source: Selma Police Department) Jaketha Woods (Source: Selma Police Department)
SELMA, AL (WSFA) -

The Selma Police Department has made an arrest in what appears to be a domestic violence dispute.

Jaketha Sharun Woods, 20, was arrested and received six charges, three of which were felonies and three that were misdemeanors.

The arrest is a result of an investigation that began on Sunday after officers responded to George Washington Carver Homes at 1 a.m. concerning a vehicle accident. When officers arrived at the scene, they spoke to the victims and witnesses of the accident. They were informed by Woods' girlfriend that Jaketha intentionally rammed her vehicle into another victim's vehicle several times, and that Woods also attempted to run her over. The vehicle that was rammed by Woods was occupied by two juveniles, ages 8 and 11, and one of the juveniles sustained injuries to their teeth and gums.

Police arrested Woods on Monday after interviewing all the victims involved in the case. Police spotted Woods in a 2004 White Chevy Trailblazer, which was the vehicle used in the accident, in a local business parking lot. The vehicle was impounded as evidence, and Woods was transported to the Selma Police Department.

After policed interviewed Woods, she received six charges and was transported to the Dallas County Jail with a bond set at $54,000. Woods charges were one count of first degree criminal mischief, one count of domestic violence reckless endangerment, one count reckless endangerment, one count third degree assault, and two counts of second degree assault.

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