Police: Woman intentionally drives into officer on motorcycle
A Raynham woman who police said intentionally drove in reverse into an officer on a motorcycle faces charges.
Police said 46-year-old Ann Marie Andrade was charged with assault to murder and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
Police said Andrade also faces charges of driving with a license previously revoked for being an habitual offender, speeding, failing to stop for police, driving and unregistered vehicle and leaving the scene of an accident with personal injury resulting.
Police said Andrade refused to pull over for the officer after he spotted her at about 4:20 p.m. Monday speeding on South Main Street.
Police said she continued speeding onto Richmond Street, where she momentarily stopped with the officer behind her.
According to police, Andrade put her Jeep in reverse and slammed into the officer.
Police said Andrade drove to her house, where she was tackled by officers as she tried running inside.
Police said the officer was transported to Morton Hospital in Taunton where he was treated and released.