Woman in SUV repeatedly rams small car occupied by her husband and two young kids: Cops

Authorities in South Carolina say a woman was arrested on suspicion of repeatedly and purposely ramming another vehicle with her SUV.

The vehicle she allegedly targeted was occupied by her husband and two young children.

According to WSPA, 25-year-old Nicole Collins of Newberry was arrested at the scene by agents with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division and transported to Newberry County Detention Center where she was booked into custody with multiple charges expected.

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Police say she was driving a 2014 Jeep Patriot at the time of the incident and rammed multiple times into the 2013 Honda Civic being driven by her husband, as arrest warrants report.

Two juveniles were reportedly in the sedan during the repeated collisions. They were described in news reports as the children of the drivers involved.

Another passenger, described as an adult, was also in the Honda Civic at the time of the crash.

Collins is expected to face criminal charges including assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature, malicious injury to private property, and two counts of unlawful neglect of a child.

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[Featured image: Heather Nicole Collins, Newberry County Detention Center]