Crenshaw County Woman Arrested After Witnesses Say She Ran Over Teen at Andalusia Car Wash

062520 Jasmine OdomA Crenshaw County woman has been charged with second degree assault after she intentionally ran over a woman at the Bulldog Car Wash last week. On Thursday, June 18, around 11:01 p.m., The Andalusia Police Department’s  Capt. Jamey Wismer said the department responded to a report of a domestic altercation at the car wash.

The victim, Faith Alexander, 18, of Andalusia, was engaged in an argument. Jasmine Odom, 20, of Crenshaw County, was not involved in the argument. However, as the argument unfolded, witnesses said that Odom revved the engine of her vehicle and then ran over Alexander.

The victim went to the hospital in a private vehicle and has recovered from minor injuries, Wismer said.

Investigator Jody Scott  and other APD officers arrested Odom in Crenshaw County on Wednesday.

She was booked into the Covington County Jail and held on a $10,000 bond.

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