Kenosha teen charged in hit-and-run, injuring another woman
KENOSHA, Wis. (CBS 58) – Kenosha Police say an 18-year-old woman is facing charges for a hit-and-run that injured another person.
According to a criminal complaint, Jaylyn Jenkins is charged with hit-and-run injury and reckless driving causing injury.
Authorities say the incident happened on May 15. The victim called police on May 16 to report it.
The victim says Jenkins intentionally hit her with her car. The incident happened near 61st St. and 20th Ave.
Court documents state the victim went to the hospital for injuries to her neck, knees and shin.
She told police Jenkins was threatening her online because Jenkins was interested in the victim’s child’s father.
Court documents state Jenkins saw the victim at a McDonald’s. As she was leaving, a person in Jenkin’s car threw eggs at the victim’s car. Then as they continued to drive, Jenkin’s did a U-turn to follow the victim.
When the victim went to drop someone off, Jenkins crashed her car into the victim’s car. The victim says after hitting her car, Jenkins continued to drive at her as she as standing in the open driver’s side door and hit her in the legs.
Jenkins then reversed and drove off.
She faces up to $12,000 in fines and 9 months in prison and jail time.