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Indiana Woman Who Hit Protestors And Sped Off With Them Still Clinging On Her Car Is Arrested

Indiana Woman Arrested For Hitting Protesters

A woman from Indiana was arrested for driving her car into a crowd of Black Lives Matter protests where two people have been badly injured. The suspect has been identified as 66-year-old Christi Bennett and she was caught on hit and run charges.

The whole incident was captured on video and posted on social media sites, showing Bennett running her Sedan with a woman on top, while another man clung to the driver’s side of the car. The hit and run incident happened in the city of Bloomington after people were protesting over a Black Man getting attacked by White People in a lynching attempt.

The Protesters Hit are Badly Injured

Indiana Woman Arrested For Hitting Protesters

As per the Police reports, the woman on the top of the car has suffered from head lacerations after getting knocked out. Whereas, Geoff Stewart, the man which was on the car’s side has suffered skin abrasions after losing his grip.

Stewart explained the whole incident and how he fell off Bennett’s car.

They pushed into the woman that was with me, and when she pushed again, both of us went on the vehicle. I was just trying to block her vision so she would slow down so I tried to pull myself as far in her way to obstruct her view.

Christi Bennet has been arrested by Bloomington Police

The authorities found the Red Toyota from a motel’s parking lot in Scottsburg, Indiana, where Christi Bennett has also been arrested. Bennet is facing two counts of criminal charges for reckless driving and two counts for leaving the accident scene, which resulted in serious bodily injury, as per the Bloomington Police Department.

Twitter users are glad that Bennett has been arrested and was charged for doing such a crime.

Written by Pawan Tailor

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