KINGMAN - A 22-year-old woman faces charges for reportedly running over a 17-year-old girl with her car.
Ali Leigh Ketchner was jailed early Monday morning on felony charges of aggravated assault, leaving the scene of an injury accident and resisting arrest.
Police say Ketchner showed up uninvited to the girl's house in the 2700 block of Tanner Street after midnight. Capt. Rusty Cooper said the pair got into an argument after Ketchner refused to leave.
Ketchner was still reportedly arguing with the girl from behind the wheel of her car when she drove into the girl, hit her and dragged her for a short distance.
Cooper said officers observed tire marks on the girl's leg and foot, along with a substantial amount of road rash.
She was taken to the hospital for treatment.
Ketchner was located at a relative's house in the 2300 block of Apache Street a short time later.
Cooper said Ketchner fought with officers while being taken into custody.
She also faces a drug charge after she was reportedly found to be in possession of prescription-only medication.
Ketchner is the daughter of Darrell Ketchner, who faces the death penalty for the 2009 murder of 18-year-old Ariel Allison during a July 4 attack on Ariel's mother and other family members.