BUCKHANNON — A Buckhannon girl is being held on a $10,000 money bond after a verbal altercation hit the highway on Tuesday, April 27.
In accordance with courtroom paperwork, Erica Dee Mollohan, age 40, was detained and charged with home battery, home assault, driving revoked for DUI second offense, fleeing in a car, and no insurance coverage following the incident.
Lt. M. Powers responded to a name Tuesday night for a home state of affairs involving two automobiles touring on Tallmansville Highway. Mollohan reportedly advised the officer that she had engaged in a verbal altercation with the sufferer on the residence they shared. Following the “heated argument,” the person allegedly left their residence by car, adopted shortly after by Mollohan. After stopping to make a cellphone name, the defendant mentioned the sufferer drove subsequent to her parked automobile and a second verbal altercation ensued. In accordance with the prison criticism, Mollohan then threw a can of soda on the sufferer’s head inflicting minor accidents.
The sufferer reportedly drove off once more, however Mollohan allegedly adopted and rammed into the sufferer’s car close to the Hickory Flat intersection. The officer tried to cease Mollohan after finding her on Tallmansville Highway, however his efforts had been unsuccessful. Regardless of Lt. Powers partaking his lights and siren, the accused allegedly continued to flee.
Lastly, the officer was capable of go Mollohan’s car and get her stopped on Ivanhoe Highway, however the girl reportedly suggested Lt. Powers that her driver’s license was revoked for DUI. The officer additionally found Mollohan had a previous conviction for driving revoked for DUI and he or she had no proof of insurance coverage, in line with courtroom paperwork.
If convicted of home battery, Mollohan faces confinement in jail for no more than 1 12 months, a high-quality of no more than $500, or each. If she is convicted of home assault, the accused might be jailed for no more than 6 months, fined no more than $100, or each. The penalty for second offense driving revoked for DUI is a interval of 6 months to 1 12 months in jail and a high-quality of $1,000-$3,000. Mollohan additionally faces as much as a 12 months in jail and a high-quality of $500 to $1,000 if convicted of fleeing in a car, in addition to a high-quality of not lower than $200, nor greater than $5,000 if discovered responsible of driving with out insurance coverage.
Mollohan stays at Tygart Valley Regional Jail in lieu of the mixed money solely bond set by Justice of the Peace Mark Davis and Thomas Prall was appointed to signify her in these prison issues.