Woman accused of ramming another woman's car while 1-year-old in vehicle
BATON ROUGE - Police arrested a woman Thursday after she was accused of repeatedly ramming her car into another woman’s vehicle before beating her up.
Baton Rouge Police booked 22-year-old Tykeisha Seals on charges of second-degree aggravated battery, simple battery, resisting an officer, disturbing the peace and cruelty to a juvenile following her arrest in the 3900 block of West Brookstown Drive at around 4:30 p.m.
The arrest report indicates the victim and her boyfriend were traveling on Airline Hwy when they were rammed from behind by a vehicle driven by Seals. Police said the victim told them Seals rammed her car several times while demanding she pull over.
The incident came to a conclusion at the victim’s home where Seals got out of her car, approached the victim and punched her several times in the face while the victim was still seated in her vehicle.
Police arrived at the scene to find Seals in her vehicle. She refused to comply with police orders to exit the vehicle and spit in the victim’s face as she was cuffed and being escorted to the BRPD patrol car.
Police said they found Seal’s 1-year-old daughter was in the backseat of her car during the entire incident. The girl was not wearing a seatbelt, but police said she did not suffer any injuries. She was placed in the custody of her father following Seals’ arrest.
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