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Salisbury Woman Charged With Attempted Murder

Posted: 07/28/2017 17:47:00 -04:00 Updated:
Chandrae Rivers was charged with attempted murder. Chandrae Rivers was charged with attempted murder.

SALISBURY, Md.-  A Salisbury woman has been charged with attempted murder, according to the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office.

Around 1:16 p.m. Thursday, a deputy responded to a house in the 300 block of Brookview Drive in Salisbury for a reported assault, the Sheriff's Office said.

Upon arrival, the deputy learned that 19-year-old Chandrae Rivers allegedly drove into the front yard, forcing the people standing there to jump out of the way. River’s car slid to a stop in a flower garden, while Rivers allegedly yelled out the window that she wanted to kill a woman there, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, Rivers had come to the house to confront another woman about a man.

One of the people in the front yard was not able to jump out of the way and was struck by Rivers’ car, the Sheriff’s Office said.

After reportedly making additional threatening statements, Rivers drove away, the Sheriff’s Office said.

Rivers returned to the house while the deputy was there, but she quickly drove away after the deputy asked her to stop. Then, the deputy followed her before Rivers finally pulled into a driveway. Once she stopped, she attempted to run away.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, Rivers told the deputy that she didn’t have a license and had three outstanding failure to appear bench warrants for her arrest.

Rivers was placed under arrest and was taken to the Central Booking Unit, where she was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner.

Following an initial appearance, she was detained in the detention center without bond.

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