WARRANTS: Woman facing several charges after trying to hit woman with BMW
PITT COUNTY, N.C. (WITN) - A woman is facing a laundry list of charges after deputies said she broke into another woman’s home and tried to hit her with a car.
Warrants served by the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office show that Camia Crawley, 27, of Wilson, is accused of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, three counts of first-degree burglary, a protective order violation, and second-degree trespassing.
According to warrants, on April 11th, Crawley told the alleged victim that she was going to “shoot her in the *expletive* face”.
On April 30th, deputies in those warrants said that Crawley broke into the victim’s home on Decorah Court, breaking a window in the process.
On that same date, investigators said Crawley assaulted the victim with a 2015 BMW vehicle with the intent to kill her.
Another warrant stated that Crawley is facing an assault with a deadly weapon charge with a minor present. It said that Crawley tried to hit the victim with the BMW with an 11-year-old at the scene.
Multiple other vehicles owned by the victim were damaged, according to warrants.
A judge granted a protective order for the victim in the case on April 30th. The warrant said that Crawley violated it on May 6th when she texted the victim “SMH.”
Warrants state that Crawley and the victim had a personal relationship.
With all charges combined, Crawley is being held on an over $1,800,000 secured bond.
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