NH woman convicted of stun gun attack on driver
CONCORD, N.H. - A New Hampshire jury has convicted a 23-year-old woman of assault for using a stun gun on a pregnant woman during a road-rage incident.
WMUR-TV reports the jury convicted Carissa Williams of Pembroke of second-degree assault in the attack on another female driver 10 months ago in Concord.
The confrontation occurred on an off-ramp of Interstate 93 last March, after the women yelled back and forth between their cars and the other woman -Corrine Leclair-Holler - followed Williams’ car onto the interstate.
Jurors heard Leclair-Holler’s panicked voice and screams on the tape on... read more
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