According to the police officials, the 27-year-old woman attacked the victim while the the victim’s 5-year-old twins were in the back seat. The suspect reportedly took the woman’s car keys before she left the scene.
When the officers arrived on scene, a woman who was helping the victim showed them a Facebook live video where the suspect made bragging about taking the victim’s keys and threatening her.
The victim also said that a passenger in the suspects’ car tried to take her children out of the car. That woman later told investigators she wanted to the get the children out of harm’s way. The woman had lacerations on her scalp and arms but refused medical attention.
Authorities determined the suspects’ identity and where she lived in Ohio. Her name is Jamela Chatman and she was arrested. The responding officers found the hammer, but did not locate the victim’s keys.
Investigators still don’t know why Chatman pulled in front of the victim and forced her to stop. She was jailed on charges of felonious assault and aggravated burglary. She’s was ordered held on a $19,000 bond during a hearing on Monday.