A Franklin County lady is dealing with tried murder fees after authorities say she drove up behind her husband’s automobile, rammed into it and prompted him to crash right into a ditch.
Christina M. Aiken, 41, was armed with a small silver semi-automatic pistol round 6:10 a.m. Friday when she drove by her husband’s automobile on the 2600 block of McDowell Street in Peters Township, Pennsylvania State Police mentioned.
State police mentioned Aiken made a U-turn, drove up behind her husband and began ramming the entrance of her automobile into the again of his.
Certainly one of Aiken’s husband’s tires blew out and he misplaced management of the automobile, inflicting him to crash right into a ditch, state police mentioned. Her husband — whose identify has not been launched — reported her to state police.
Aiken was discovered at her Mercersburg house together with her youngsters, state police mentioned. They mentioned her automobile had harm constant together with her husband’s claims.
In response to state police, Aiken surrendered at her house after a short standoff.
Aiken and her husband have lived collectively for about two years and are elevating youngsters collectively, state police mentioned.
Aiken was denied bail due to the severity of the costs towards her, which embrace tried murder, aggravated assault, easy assault, recklessly endangering one other individual and felony mischief, in keeping with online records.
A preliminary listening to is scheduled for Aug. 10 in entrance of Magisterial District Decide Jody C. Eyer.