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Woman facing attempted Capital murder charge after trying to run over police officer

Seguin Police Department
Seguin Police Department

SEGUIN, TX– A 29-year-old woman is facing several charges including attempted capital murder after she reportedly tried to run over a police officer.
The incident was reported just after 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the 1400 block of Acorn Wood Road.
The Seguin Police Department says that they sent an officer out to the area in response to a criminal mischief call.
When the officer got to the area, the victim told the officer that the suspect Alisen Marie Webster was parked just down the street.
The officer then made contact with Webster telling her to pull over as she drove toward her.
Webster told the officer to move out of the way and when the officer did not, Webster struck the officer with her vehicle.
The officer reported that while she was hanging onto the hood of Webster’s vehicle, Webster began accelerating.
The officer then fired her gun at Webster while still hanging on to the vehicle.
Webster, who was not struck by any of the bullets, eventually stopped her vehicle and was taken into custody.
Both the suspect and the officer were taken to an area hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.
Webster has since been booked at Guadalupe County Jail. She is being held on a $500,000 bond.