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Woman arrested after crashing car into convenience store in Mishawaka

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A woman has been arrested after police say she crashed a car into a convenience store during an argument with someone who owed her money.

It happened, Sunday, Feb. 13, on Main Street in Mishawaka, according to ABC 57.

On arrival, police witnessed a vehicle back up at a high speed and hit another vehicle, causing that vehicle to crash through the store’s window.

Officers then held the driver, identified as Nancy Wilkins, at gunpoint.

A man in the store said Wilkins entered and caused a fuss because he owes her money. He said when he tried to remove Wilkins from the store, he was hit in the face.

She left, got in her car and put it in reverse. Wilkins is charged with criminal recklessness and battery.

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