Police: Jacksonville woman beats up grandmother trying to keep her safe

Kimberly Hill, 30, arrested

Jacksonville Sheriff's Office booking photo of Kimberly Hill

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A Jacksonville woman was arrested Thursday after police said she attacked her 83-year-old grandmother.

Kimberly Hill, 30, is charged with battery on a person over 65 years old. 

According to her arrest report, Hill was at her grandmother's house and had been drinking. She wanted to use her grandmother's car to go to the store to buy Motrin, but the grandmother didn't want to give her the vehicle since she had been drinking, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said.

When Hill grabbed the car keys, the grandmother stood in front of the door to prevent her from leaving, and that's when police said Hill punched her grandmother in the face and grabbed her arm.

Eventually, Hill gave the keys back, but police were called and she was arrested, according to the arrest report.

She was booked into Duval County jail and ordered held on $15,000 bond, jail records show.