Rock Hill woman accused of intentionally striking man with her car

Shenisa Davis
Shenisa Davis

A Rock Hill woman is charged with attempted murder after police say she intentionally rammed her car into a pedestrian this weekend.

The 39-year-old victim told police he was walking on the sidewalk along Walnut Street when a tan vehicle jumped the curb and sped down the sidewalk. The car hit the man, who was thrown onto the hood, according to a Rock Hill Police report.

EMS treated the man’s injuries, which included a large cut on his neck and scrapes on both arms. He was later taken to Piedmont Medical Center.

Police discovered the victim and driver had an argument just moments earlier, although the man claimed he did not know the woman.

Officers went to Chestnut Street, where they found a vehicle with front bumper, hood and windshield damage. The top of the roof was also damaged, the report states.

Shenisa Davis, 33, was arrested and charged with attempted murder. She is being held at the York County Detention Center on a $100,000 bond.