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Pregnant woman arrested for hitting husband with car

Kassandra Jackson provided photo. Kassandra Jackson provided photo.
Jackson was charged with felonious assault, criminal damaging and driving under suspension. Jackson was charged with felonious assault, criminal damaging and driving under suspension.
Jackson drove her car into the yard of a home on Schiff Avenue in an effort to hit her husband. Jackson drove her car into the yard of a home on Schiff Avenue in an effort to hit her husband.
PRICE HILL (FOX19) -

A pregnant woman is behind bars after allegedly hitting her husband with her car.

Cincinnati Police say 24-year-old Kassandra Jackson was arrested Thursday for driving her car into a yard on Schiff Avenue in Price Hill and intentionally hitting her husband Denzell Berry. She also hit another car in the process.

Berry suffered minor injuries but he is expected to recover.

Jackson was charged with felonious assault, criminal damaging and driving under suspension and is being held on $25,000 bond. She will be back in court on Sept. 22.

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