NEWPORT NEWS, Va., (WVEC) -- A Chesapeake woman was charged after she was accused of ramming her vehicle into an SUV while her child was inside, according to a Newport News police report.
Around 7:06 a.m. Tuesday, police were called to the 9200 block of Warwick Boulevard where they found a 33-year-old woman from Newport News.
The woman told police she arrived at a parking lot to "provide information" to another parent regarding an incident involving their children at a daycare, the police report stated.
The other parent was identified as Marya Pearson, 29, of the 3900 block River Breeze Circle in Chesapeake.
Pearson attempted to enter the rear passenger side of the victim's SUV. The SUV was locked.
Pearson then began to remove the rear windshield wiper and caused extensive paint damage, the report said.
The victim attempted to leave, but Pearson remained behind the SUV.
Pearson got back into her vehicle and rammed it into the SUV's side.
A 6-year-old girl, the victim's daughter, was in the SUV when it was hit.
Pearson's 6-year-old daughter was also inside the vehicle during this incident.
There were no injuries.
Pearson was charged with two counts of malicious wounding, child abuse/neglect, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and intentional damage.