Buffalo Woman, Two Others Charged with Hitting Officers with SUV
A Buffalo woman and two others have been arrested and charged in connection to hitting law enforcement officers with an SUV.
The incident happened on Monday night, after peaceful protests dispersed. According to WIVB the woman injured three law enforcement officers. Deyanna Davis was arrested after she was released from Erie County Medical Center. Davis is facing charges, including aggravated assault on a police officer and criminal possession of a weapon, which are both felonies. Erie County District Attorney John Flynn said a loaded handgun was found in the vehicle.
Two Buffalo men, Semaj Pigram and Walter Stewart Jr., were also charged in connection to the incident. The two men were arraigned on one count each of criminal possession of a weapon and one count each of criminal possession of stolen property. They are facing up to 15 years in prison, if convicted on both charges.