A 22-year-old woman ran over her ex-boyfriend’s mother with her car, following months of threats, phone calls and texts.
Elizabeth Segundo McClain was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and stalking, and was also ordered to remain at least 200 yards away from her ex-boyfriend at all times and wear a GPS monitor.
After McClain and her “on-again off-again” boyfriend of three years broke up for good in September, the 25-year-old man asked her never to contact him again. Instead, however, the man claims McClain phoned him as much as 750 times in a single day, and texted him constantly.
She also threatened to cause him and his family physical harm, and on one occasion put sugar in his gas tank.
On Monday, the boyfriend’s mother was waiting beside a car with a flat tire in front of her home when McClain drove up.
The mother called the police, but McClain reversed and the car struck her.
McClain then drove forward and ran over her right foot and right arm.
The mother suffered broken bones and had the skin scraped off the right side of her body.