Woman drives car at ex-boyfriend, breaks his leg, deputies say


 Name: ASHLIE MICHELLE ALEWINE 
 Charge:  AGG BATT GREAT BODILY HARM PERM DIS OR DISFIGURE
 Residence: Naples, FL 
 Age: 21
 Occupation: UNEMPLOYED

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  • Name: ASHLIE MICHELLE ALEWINE
  • Charge: AGG BATT GREAT BODILY HARM PERM DIS OR DISFIGURE
  • Residence: Naples, FL
  • Age: 21
  • Occupation: UNEMPLOYED

A Golden Gate woman is accused of hitting her ex-boyfriend with her car, causing him to break his leg.

Ashlie Alewine, 21, of the 2000 block of Sunnyland Lane, was arrested Wednesday by Collier County sheriff's deputies in the 5400 block of 27th Avenue Southwest.

According to an arrest report, when deputies arrived on scene, they found the victim on the ground in front of his home with his girlfriend. Deputies said he appeared to have suffered a broken leg and a large cut to his leg.

The victim told deputies that his ex-girlfriend, Alewine, who is the mother of his child, showed up at his home and began banging on his door so he went outside to talk to her.

A few minutes later, Alewine drove over the grass, then swerved into the victim's driveway where he was standing, and stuck him with her vehicle, causing him to be pinned between her car and a car that was parked in the driveway, the victim's girlfriend told deputies.

Alewine then fled the scene, according to reports.

Deputies said they later found Alewine, who was drunk. She faces a felony charge of aggravated battery.

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