18-year-old Jalyn Miller was charged with aggravated assault after she hit her grandmother with a vehicle in an attempt to leave during an argument.
On September 13th, Metro Nashville Police were called to 1613 Sunset Circle in response to a woman being hit by a vehicle. Officers first spoke with Marisa Miller who stated that her granddaughter, Jalyn Miller, had hit her with a vehicle in the midst of an argument. She explained that she was trying to get Jalyn’s keys out of the ignition of the vehicle in order to stop her from leaving.
Police had already been by the home earlier that day looking for Jalyn, so Marisa was trying to keep her at the house to speak with the authorities. At this point, Jalyn put the car in drive, and the door hit Marisa causing her to be thrown against the vehicle. Two witnesses confirmed Marisa’s version of events and agreed that Jalyn’s act was intentional. She was then taken into custody without further incident.
Jalyn Miller was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Her bond was set at $3,500.