A woman is facing several charges after a dangerous night on the road.

Police say a woman is being charged after allegedly ramming her vehicle into another vehicle several times, driving through a fenced-in yard, and performing other dangerous acts on Monday night.

At around 10 p.m., the Winnipeg Police Service was called about an erratic driver in the Richmond West/Fort Richmond area. The caller notified police that a vehicle travelling near the south intersection of Pembina Highway and Bairdmore Boulevard/Dalhousie Drive was in this dangerous manner.

Police say after being noticed, the driver began aggressively tailgating a driver on the Perimeter Highway, flashing her lights, and slowing down in from of him. She then allegedly began ramming the vehicle several times. The driver fled to a parking lot but he was followed and continued to be rammed. Eventually, the suspect lost control of the vehicle and the man fled.

Not long after the initial 10 p.m.call, a second person called the police, saying they were rammed multiple times by the same vehicle in the Sage Creek area. A third call came in, saying they saw a vehicle crash into a light standard and drive through a fenced yard.

Using AIR1, officers located the vehicle at a 100 block of Sage Creek Boulevard drive-thru. When officers approached the vehicle, they saw it had extensive damage, arresting the driver.

The 37-year-old woman is released on an Undertaking and is facing three charges.

Charges include:

  • Operation of a Conveyance While Impaired to Any Degree by BAC or Drug or a Combination of Both
  • Fail or Refuse to Comply with Demand
  • Assault with a Weapon