Two women arrested in Miami after vehicle rammed twice

POLICE have charged two women after a dangerous driving incident in Miami this morning during which one of the women deliberately rammed the other's vehicle twice.

Police will allege that around 9.30am, a sedan driving north along the Gold Coast Highway was deliberately hit from behind by a station wagon.

The driver of the sedan then followed the station wagon to Kallay Street where they both stopped.

The station wagon allegedly turned around in the street and twice deliberately hit the sedan head on before leaving the scene.

Two women, a 23-year-old and a 28-year-old, were arrested after fleeing on foot from the vehicle they were in with suspected stolen property.

It is believed the stolen station wagon may have been involved in a number of other traffic and stealing offences between January 26 and today. Investigations into those matters are continuing.

Police will allege the vehicle was stolen from a park on Mountain View Avenue in Miami around 10.30am on January 26.

The driver of the sedan, a 34-year-old Redland Bay woman, was not physically injured during the incident.

A 23-year-old Varsity Lakes woman has been charged with one count each of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle and possession of dangerous drugs.

A 28-year-old Caravonica woman has also been charged with unlawful use of a motor vehicle.

Both are scheduled to appear in the Southport Magistrates Court tomorrow.


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