This is a story that will never make the news. A woman uses a car to intentionally hit another woman (this is the second time she’s used her car as a weapon to hit another human being) but unfortunately, it’s just another day of black on black crime, so it doesn’t fit the media’s narrative…

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A wild fight between two 19-year-olds along a Michigan street Monday came to a dramatic end when one ran over her rival with a car.

What began as a fight in the middle of the street with onlookers encouraging — and sometimes interfering — with the one-on-one showdown devolved into a hit-and-run, shocking video shows.

“Let them fight,” at least one bystander yells repeatedly.

Police have issued a warrant for Jalin Smith-Walker, accused of being behind the wheel during the graphic assault, The Grand Rapids Press reported.

“It was a fight between two former friends. It ultimately ended with blows being thrown,” Grand Rapids Sgt. Terry Dixon told the Press.

Smith-Walker has been charged with assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder.

***Warning***This is a violent video with graphic language.

It’s the second time Smith-Walker has been accused of using her car to injure someone. Smith-Walker and another woman were arrested in December after hitting and dragging two security officers who chased the alleged shoplifters from a Michigan mall, WZZM reported.

Smith-Walker smiled broadly in her police mug shot after being arrested a few miles from the mall.

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After Monday’s brawl in which the two tussled on the hood of one car, video shows a woman who police claim is Smith-Walker get into a car across the way and pull into the street.

Via: NY Daily News

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