Youngstown woman charged with hitting man with car, breaking his leg

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Rosalyn Turner

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – A woman from Youngstown is facing assault charges after police say she hit a man with her car, breaking his leg. 

According to a police report, the incident happened April 7 as the man was leaving the Fyrst Lounge on Steel Street. The man said he was walking along Silliman Street with a group of people at about 2:30 a.m. when he heard a woman yell from a car, “I’m going to kill you b******!”

The man said the woman hit him with her car and drove away. 

The victim was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital for treatment of a broken leg, the report stated. 

The man said there was an ongoing feud between his friend he was walking with, a woman later identified as 47-year-old Rosalyn Turner and another woman. The victim said he has nothing to do with the situation. 

Turner pleaded not guilty at her arraignment Wednesday. A pretrial was set for July 9. She was also ordered to not have contact with the victim and a mental health evaluation was ordered. 

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