Baby, 1, unhurt after mother rammed vehicle, Orlando police say

Jenika Williams arrested after ramming car into vehicle with child's father in it


ORLANDO, Fla. – Police say a 25-year-old woman had her 1-year-old child in the back seat when she was arrested on suspicion of ramming another vehicle in which the child's father was riding.

Orlando police arrested Jenika Williams on Monday after they say she rammed her car into another vehicle, driven by the wife of her child's father, while her child was asleep in the back seat.

Beatrice Pierre told police that her husband had been staying at Williams' residence while they were having marital problems. Williams and Pierre's husband have a 1-year-old child together, according to police reports.

Pierre told cops that she was picking her husband up from the Family Dollar on South Ivey Lane when Williams drove up in her Chevy Impala and began chasing and ramming them, five times altogether.

Officers said they made contact with Williams and found her child sleeping and unharmed in the back seat. Williams was then arrested for aggravated assault and child abuse.