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Woman hits car carrying ex, 2 children

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Denada Dryden (Source: LMDC) Denada Dryden (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A Louisville woman was arrested after ramming her car into her ex-boyfriend's car.

According to an arrest warrant, Denada Dryden, 30, was driving down Algonquin Parkway on May 10. Her ex-boyfriend and their two children, 8 and 6, were stopped at a red light. Dryden drove around their vehicle, striking the side of the car in the process, and pulled in front.

She then got out of her car and threw a bag containing her daughter's medication at her ex-boyfriend before fleeing the scene.

Dryden is being charged with wanton endangerment and criminal mischief.

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