Minneapolis Woman Gets 15 Years For Hitting Friend With Car
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Prosecutors say a Minneapolis woman who pleaded guilty to attempted murder for running down a friend with her car has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Angela Dawn Jackson was sentenced Friday.
According to the criminal complaint, Jackson met friends at The Bulldog bar in Uptown in August and the group was asked to leave after they got into a fight about the bill.
Prosecutors say Jackson was driving a car when hit Tarrince Winbush. Prosecutors reportedly say Jackson admitted she was angry with the man Winbush was with. Prosecutors say she admitted she drove at that man, but hit Winbush.
Winbush is still in a coma.
Jackson told the court on Friday that Winbush "was never my enemy" and she was sorry.