Elizabeth Noel Morrison arrested after hitting man with car, running over his packages at Pittsburgh post office after being called rude by her victim.
A Pittsburgh woman has been charged with intentionally hitting a man and running over his packages with her car outside a Bloomfield, Pennsylvania post office after he accused her of being rude.
According to the 31 year old victim, Sean Devine was walking out the post office last Wednesday when Elizabeth Noel Morrison of Avalon, 27, ‘flung’ open the door as she was walking out- eliciting the man to call her ‘rude’.
The man said the door struck him and knocked his packages to the ground according to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.
That’s when he called Morrison rude. She then turned around and swore at him before storming into the parking lot.
AJC.com reported the man continuing inside the post office and dropping off packages before returning to his vehicle to grab more.
It was at this moment that the man observed Morrison in her car- with the woman allegedly cursed him out before proceeding to drive her vehicle at him.
The man was hit on his side before rolling onto her hood and falling to the ground.
A police report noted the victim wasn’t seriously hurt.
But there’s more too.
Morrison then allegedly reversed the vehicle and drove over the man’s packages.
Morrison, of Avalon, upon her arrest was charged with felony aggravated assault by vehicle along with lesser charges of criminal mischief and vehicle code violations.
Court documents don’t list an attorney for Morrison, and a phone number for her couldn’t be found Monday.