CONCORD, N.H. — A woman in New Hampshire acquired a couple felony charges after she assaulted a pregnant woman with a stun gun after becoming enraged over her driving.
Police say 22-year-old Carissa Williams was so angry at 28-year-old Corrine Leclair for driving 35mph in a 35mph zone while talking on her cell phone, that she pulled up alongside her and began throwing bottles and other items at her car before going around her.
Leclair, understandably freaked out, called 911 and began relaying Williams’ license plate number to the dispatcher when both women came to a stop at a stoplight. Williams reportedly exited her vehicle, leaving her 6-month-old in the car, and walked back to Leclair’s car.
After kicking the driver-side window, she opened the back door and got inside Leclair’s car while wielding a stun gun. As the 911 dispatcher listened, Leclair begged Williams stop shocking her because she was ten weeks pregnant.
Williams was arrested, charged with second-degree assault and breach of bail conditions on prior charges out of Grafton County, both felonies. She was also charged with two misdemeanors for endangering the welfare of her child and criminal trespass.
Prosecutors requested a $100,000 bail citing an extremely lengthy record for a 22-year-old with charges out of four states that included drug possession, criminal mischief, criminal contempt, theft, criminal trespass, simple assault, probation violations, prostitution, giving a false identity and unauthorized use of a vehicle.
Lord knows I fantasize about assaulting every female I get stuck behind talking on her cell phone oblivious to the fact that she has bottlenecked the flow of traffic…but damn, this woman really lost it.Tags: assault and battery, Crime, Rhode Island, Road Rage, stun gun, Taser