A 32-year-old woman was sentenced Monday to two weeks in jail, or time already served behind bars, and 60 hours of community service for attempting to run over a man in Westminster with her 6-year-old daughter in the vehicle.
Police were called July 9 regarding a dispute between two people, and when officers arrived they saw Brianna Rebecca Estrada attempt to run over the man with her vehicle and attempt to flee, according to Cmdr. Kevin MacCormick of the Westminster Police Department.
Estrada’s daughter was in a secured in a car seat, but suffered minor injuries in the incident, MacCormick said.
Estrada pleaded guilty Jan. 23 to a felony count of assault with a deadly weapon and a misdemeanor count of child abuse and endangerment, according to court records. As part of the plea deal the misdemeanor count of child abuse and endangerment and a citation for driving on a sidewalk were dismissed Monday, according to court records.
Estrada was also ordered to participate in a batterers’ treatment program and placed on three years of informal probation, according to court records.