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Video captures driver ramming police car before speeding off

8:21am JST - 00:44

Police dashcam video from May 15 from captures 23-year-old Kevina Freeman throwing her car into reverse and crashing into the cruiser before speeding off. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) A driver who rammed into a sheriff's deputy car earlier this month had her day in court on Monday (May 24) in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. Investigators released video they said shows 23-year-old Kevina Freeman throwing her car into reverse, ramming into a squad car and speeding off on May 15. Officials said that collision injured three people: two deputies who were on the scene and Freeman's mother, who was a passenger in the vehicle. Deputies were about to impound Freeman's vehicle for driving without a valid license and not having auto insurance after she was initially pulled over for speeding, according to local reports. Freeman faces counts of first-degree recklessly endangering safety, use of a dangerous weapon and three counts of eluding a traffic officer resulting in bodily harm. If convicted of all five felony counts, Freeman faces a maximum sentence of 43 years in prison. An additional 10 years may be added for use of a deadly weapon. In addition to the May 15 incident, officials have told local media that Freeman failed to appear in court on May 10 for a different case.

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Video captures driver ramming police car before speeding off

8:21am JST - 00:44