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A WOMAN SCORNED...IS CRAZY 2009
PERRY, GEORGIA
DASHCAM
6-26-2009
48:38
43:00
TWO ANGLES OF NIGHTTIME COLOR DASHCAM FOOTAGE VIDEO WITH AUDIO, COP RACING TO RESPOND TO A 9-11 CALL DOMESTIC CHARGE, IN THE SECOND ANGLE AT 1:22:45 HE IS STRUCK OUT OF NOWHERE BY THE CRAZY LUNATIC WOMAN, THE FIRST ANGLE IS MOSTLY COP SHOWING UP AT SCENE AND WE CAN SEE THE CRAZY LADY SITTING ON THE LAWN AND THEN BOYFRIEND TELLING COPS WHAT WENT DOWN, WOMAN IS TREATED FOR SOME INJURIES, ETC.
A Byron woman faces aggravated assault, drunken driving and several other charges after she allegedly tried to run over her ex-boyfriend early Friday. Authorities said Angela Gail Pollock, 41, ended up crashing into the vehicle of a Houston County deputy who was responding to the 911 call. Pollock was charged with aggravated assault with a motor vehicle, aggravated assault against a police officer, terroristic threats for allegedly threatening to kill law enforcement officers, criminal damage to property, leaving the scene of an accident and other charges, said Houston County sheriff’s Sgt. Al Elvins. She faces charges of drunken driving, reckless driving, disorderly conduct and other traffic-related charges in relation to the crash, said Georgia State Patrol Sgt. Leamon Hughes. Pollock was examined at the Houston Medical Center and was released. She was being held late Friday in the Houston County jail without bond, Elvins said. Houston County sheriff’s deputy William Mitchelson, 30, was treated and released from the Houston Medical Center for minor injuries, said Houston County sheriff’s Chief Deputy Billy Rape. Here’s what happened, according to an incident report: Mitchelson was responding to the domestic call about 3:42 a.m. on Ticonderoga Drive near Byron when he was struck by a 1996 Honda Civic driven by Pollock. Her ex-boyfriend, Donald Mullis, 55, told authorities that while he was trying to load two suitcases of Pollock’s belongings into her car, she tried to back up and run over him. Pollock then chased Mullis through the backyard of his home with her car. When Pollock drove back around to the front yard, she stuck a transformer, a neighbor’s home and her ex-boyfriend’s mailbox. She then tried a second time to run over Mullis, who retreated to a back porch for safety. Pollock then drove her car through a 3-foot-tall, inflatable pool in the backyard. She crashed into the deputy’s police car on Liberty Lane as she was trying to flee the scene. As the deputy turned onto Liberty Lane from U.S. 41, he saw the Honda Civic driving toward him on the wrong side of the road. The deputy pulled over and Pollock struck the patrol car, which had its lights and sirens activated, nearly head-on, Hughes said. The police car camera, which is automatically activated anytime an officer turns on lights and sirens, captured the approaching Honda Civic and the video indicated that the car accelerated toward the deputy, Elvins said. Damage to both vehicles was extensive, Hughes said. The incident report indicated that neighbors witnessed a vehicle trying to run over a man. Next-door neighbor Beth Bramlett said she was awakened about 3:30 a.m. when the Honda Civic stuck her house, knocking pictures off the wall. She found a woman, who was later identified as Pollock, inside the car outside her house. As she tried to talk to the woman, Pollock started the car again and took off. She said the woman chased Mullis, who’d moved in about a week ago, as he was trying to call 911 on his cell phone. Pollock would stop the car, start it, rev up the engine and take off again. Bramlett said she also saw Pollock take out the pool with her car. “It was crazy,” Bramlett said.
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Keywords

CAUGHT ON CAMERA
CAUGHT ON SURVEILLANCE CAUGHT ON VIDEO
CAM
CCTV
CHASE
HIGH SPEED
DANGEROUS
COPS
COP
POLICE
CAR
STRUCK
HIT CRASH
CRASHING
HITTING
ACCIDENT
CRASH
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