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Florida woman deliberately drove into oncoming traffic then blames victims

Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office
Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office

OKALOOSA COUNTY, FL– A 20-year-old Florida woman is facing charges after she deliberately drove into oncoming traffic and then blamed the victim for the car crash.
The incident occurred on Highway 98 on Saturday, Feb. 18.
Witnesses told authorities that the suspect, Anessia Jines, was speeding down the highway going in the wrong direction in her Nissan Sentra around 1 p.m.
According to the report, Jines targeted several vehicles and attempted to swerve into each of them.
Eventually, Jines crashed into a Toyota with a 71-year-old driver behind the wheel.
The driver was said to have suffered significant but non-life-threatening injuries.
An off-duty deputy noticed the crash and Jines get out of her vehicle and begin to walk away.
When the deputy grabbed Jines, she asked “why are you touching me?”
The deputy told Jines that she could have killed someone.
Jines replied “their bad.”
Jines was uninjured in the crash and refused to walk to the patrol car.
Authorities eventually got her into custody.
She is facing charges of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and resisting an officer.