Woman rams into vehicle after being sold fake jewelry, police say

JSO: Victims had infant in car during incident

Booking photo of Miesha Anderson.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A woman is accused of chasing and ramming into another vehicle Tuesday afternoon after being sold fake jewelry, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said.

Two victims were in the Regency Square Mall food court when one of the victims sold Miesha Anderson, 23, and her boyfriend fake jewelry, according to an arrest report. 

Police said Anderson got in her vehicle and followed the victims' vehicle, ramming it twice to attempt to stop them.

The victims had their infant in the car during the incident, police said. A rescue crew arrived to check the infant for injuries and stated that the infant's health did not reflect anything abnormal.

Police said they met with Anderson's boyfriend, who told them Anderson chased and rammed the victim with her car because she was mad that they sold her fake jewelry.

Anderson was arrested and faces charges of child abuse, and aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony, according to the Sheriff's Office.

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