Woman almost struck daughter with truck, according to arrest report

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A 6 year old girl had to be pulled out of the path of a vehicle to avoid being hit by her mother who was backing her truck up after a domestic related situation on Monday. Murfreesboro Police say they were standing by as Tina L. Wilson removed items from a home on Riviera Drive. While police were on site, Wilson evidently began to argue with the resident of the house.

Police eventually asked Wilson to leave and when she did, she apparently failed to see her 6-year old daughter standing behind her vehicle. Authorities say a bystander had to pull the child out of the way to avoid being hit. A report shows Wilson then put the truck in drive and stepped on the gas. According to the report, “the vehicle slid to the right and almost struck the child.” That was when police ordered her to stop the truck and get out of the vehicle.

To make matters worse, the resident of the home where the incident occurred filed a no trespassing order which led to more charges against Wilson.


32 Year old Wilson was charged with reckless endangerment with a motor vehicle, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.  Luckily, the child was not injured. Wilson will appear in general sessions court on April 25. 


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