Woman Drives Through Boyfriend’s House After Bath Salt Escapade

A North Carolina woman has been charged in Lake Wylie, South Carolina for driving her car into her boyfriend’s house and damaging his car and garage.  The 25-year-old woman claims to have been under the influence of bath salts when she made the decision to turn her vehicle into a fixture in the man’s house.

She is being charged with malicious injury to personal property and reckless driving, according to the York County Sheriff’s report.  The dispute arose when the couple was recreationally using bath salts, and they got into an argument about the boyfriend’s female acquaintances.  She threw his flat screen television on the ground and then ran through the garage with her car, damaging the man’s Mercedes.   The woman was released on a $10,445 bond.

If you have been in an altercation with someone that ends in property damage, it is important for you to get compensated to the damage to your belongings.  We can help you at the law offices of Reeves, Aiken & Hightower, LLP.  Call our Fort Mill, SC office at 803-548-4444, or toll-free at 877-374-5999.