NOT CHARGED | VEHICULAR AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (dangerous)/CRIMINAL DAMAGE – State v. Ms. M. (DMC No. 5654) (Maricopa County Booking P018038/Goodyear Police Department DR2004-00006748): Ms. M. was an 18 year old female who had psychiatric problems, and she was arguing with her mother and brother. She was taking anti-depressants, and had recently lowered the dose just before the incident. She was threatening to kill herself with a knife and the police were called. As she was leaving in her car, her mother got behind the vehicle and was struck. When the police arrived, they saw various items broken inside the house and they charged Ms. M. with “Criminal Damage” and “Vehicular Aggravated Assault” (dangerous). She was arrested and was facing 5 to 15 years on the Aggravated Assault charge alone. We were able to intervene with Prosecutor and convince them to not move forward with the charges. Ms. M. has no convictions on her record.