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Police: Alabama woman drives big rig into boyfriend’s trailer

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Police: Alabama woman drives big rig into boyfriend’s trailer
An Alabama woman is facing multiple charges, including attempted murder, after driving a big rig into her boyfriend's trailer house. (Courtesy: WEIS Radio)
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Rhonda Young

PIEDMONT, Ala. — An Alabama woman is facing an attempted murder charge after police say she drove her bobtail semi into her boyfriend’s mobile home on Monday morning.

The Piedmont Police Department said 56-year-old Rhonda Young is also being charged with two counts of first-degree attempted assault.

Police said Young and her boyfriend got into an argument before she climbed into the truck and barreled toward the trailer.

The man, who wasn’t named, was taken to the hospital with injuries. Two other people were in the home during the crash, but were not injured.

The incident is still under investigation.

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The Piedmont Police Department said 56-year-old Rhonda Young is being charged with attempted murder and two counts of first-degree attempted assault after driving this big rig into her boyfriend’s trailer house. (Courtesy: WEIS Radio)
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Police: Alabama woman drives big rig into boyfriend’s trailer

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