CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) -- Chattanooga police say a woman arguing with her husband about his alleged affair crashed her Lexus into the other woman's residence and when confronted, hit the other woman in the nose.
Thirty-year-old Mary Harbour McBryar was charged Monday with aggravated assault, simple assault and vandalism. She was booked and released.
A police statement said Brad McBryar told officers that he and his wife were arguing over his alleged affair with the woman who lives at the residence that was extensively damaged.
The woman who lives there told officers she confronted the driver of the sport utility vehicle and was struck in the nose, causing a laceration.
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