PRICHARD, Ala. (WALA) - Dewanda Bosley is out on bond after Prichard Police arrested her Wednesday, May 8.
Bosley, 24, is accused of running over a woman in April with a car.
The victim, Cytavia Gamble, went to the hospital. Gamble said she fractured her right femur and now has to use a walker to get around.
"How she hit me, it was like I never hit the ground. It was like I was flipping in the air. I flipped like four times. I remember that part, and I tried to get up because my knee was to the side and it was horrible," Gamble said.
Prichard Police said they went to Bosley's home Wednesday to serve her warrants for assault, theft of property and speeding.
Bosley said police then searched through her home, dumping out drawers and rummaging through her closet.
"They took laptops. They took cell phones," Bosley said.
She said she hasn't gotten the items back.
Inside the home, police said they found drug paraphernalia around Bosley's 4-year-old.
Bosley denied that accusation and said the only thing she had was tobacco in an ash tray and some tobacco packets outside.
Bosley is facing several charges including possession of drug paraphernalia, and chemical endangerment of a child.
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