A Muldrow woman was hospitalized in Fort Smith Thursday after a witness said she was run over by a pickup truck.
Fort Smith police reported Shannon Brewer, 42, was transported to Sparks Regional Medical Center at about 4 p.m. Thursday after she was found in the 1600 block of Rogers Avenue lying in a pool of her own blood. Police were able to stop the truck occupied by the driver, Bryson J. Griffey, 29, and a passenger Donald Wilson, 44, both of Fort Smith. Wilson was identified as Brewer’s boyfriend.
Wilson told police that he and Brewer had been arguing over medication he was taking and were in the parking lot at a doctor’s office when she tried to jump into Griffey’s truck and was injured.
A witness said Wilson and Brewer came running out of the doctor’s office and he got in the truck first. When Brewer tried to get in the truck Griffey drove off, knocking Brewer to the ground where she lay when the rear tires of the truck ran over her.
Griffey was arrested for felony aggravated assault with a weapon and a misdemeanor charge of carrying a weapon, which was found in the truck. Wilson was arrested for felony aggravated domestic assault with a weapon. Wilson was being held without bond in the Sebastian County Detention Center and Griffey was released on a $4,500 bond Friday.
Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director
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