WINNSBORO, SC – After a mother hit her little daughter with a vehicle and subsequent abandonment during an attempted repossession of a Chevy Impala, the little girl is now in her father’s custody, according to the incident report of the Fairfield County Sheriff Department.
The incident occurred at about 5:30 p.m. on Sunday at 704 Golf Course Road. A representative of Action Recovery Service of Irmo was at the address in an attempt our repossess the 2004 Impala of Kimberly Jones when the incident unfolded.
Jones attempted to get away with the car, and in the process, struck her 6-year-old daughter in the back with the door open.
Terri Wilson, the repossession officer, said that she could not get over the fact that a mother went to this length in order to keep the car.
Jones left her 6-year-old daughter despite telling her to get into the car. Deputies had responded to the scene and called Department of Social Services after checking the little girl.
The girl’s father was notified, per DSS request, and responded to the sheriff’s department to pick up his daughter.
If you know where Jones is, you are urged to call Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.
The deputies are planning to request a warrant for Jones’ request and it is still unclear on what charges Jones will face.
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