Woman Charged with Attempting to Run Down Anchorage Officer
September 01, 2009
An Anchorage police officer talking to two men on a Fairview corner early Monday became the target of an irate woman who tried running him down with an SUV, police said.
She stopped when the officer darted behind his patrol car.
Margaret Andrew, 29, told rookie officer Nicholas Saldana she ran at him "because all cops do is bother other people," police spokesman Lt. Dave Parker said.
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