2 Women involved in road rage chase; 1 fights with officer, urinates in squad car - KMOV.com

2 Women involved in road rage chase; 1 fights with officer, urinates in squad car

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas—Two women were arrested Tuesday after a bizarre chain of events involving road rage and a scuffle with an off-duty officer in Montgomery County.

It all started when a mother and four small children were traveling east on Rayford Road near Fuzzel Road when two women in another vehicle came up behind them, according to Montgomery County Sheriff’s deputies.

The mom said the woman who was driving the other car continuously blared her horn, then intentionally ran into the back of the van.

The two vehicles stopped and all of the women got out. The mom said the other two women got very confrontational and used foul language, but left when she threatened to call police, but it did not end there.

The mom said as she drove into the Creekside Village subdivision, the women ran past a stop sign, caught up with her and confronted her again.

An off-duty Harris County Sheriff’s deputy who was with his family witnessed the event and pulled over to help.

The deputy displayed his badge and approached the two confrontational women. That is when the driver, 21-year-old Robin Scott, allegedly hit the deputy’s vehicle and ran over his foot.

The deputy drew his weapon and removed Scott from the vehicle, but she began to struggle with him. While those two were scuffling, the passenger, 23-year-old Renee Rose Williams, hopped out with her camera phone and began recording. Williams then jumped back into the vehicle and drove off as the deputy called for backup.

More officers and emergency responders arrived, took Scott into custody and checked the deputy’s injured foot.

Deputies searched the area and found the abandoned vehicle. Witnesses told them which house the driver was seen going into.

Deputies went to the home, but were told that Williams had already left with a male companion in a Scion.

Deputies quickly located Williams and the man at the front of the subdivision.

She was then taken into custody.

Scott and Williams were both given – and failed – field sobriety tests, according to deputies.

Deputies said Scott got combative with officers once more and it took at least four of them to put her in the back of the car. She then urinated in the back of the patrol car.

Scott was charged with DWI, assaulting a peace officer and criminal mischief. Her bond was set at $5,600.

Williams was charged with DWI and evading. Her bond was set at $2,500.

Both women were booked into the Montgomery County Jail.

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