A woman was arrested in Dyer County Saturday after police say she rammed her car into another with a man and child inside.
The Dyersburg State Gazette reports Pamela Willis, 29, is now charged with two counts of aggravated assault and driving on a revoked license.
Responding officers learned Willis had gotten into a verbal argument with the man, who she was dating, prior to the crash.
She allegedly slammed into his vehicle at such a high rate of speed that it crashed into a large railroad crossing sign.
The man was inside the vehicle with his 10-year-old daughter at the time of the crash.
No one was injured. Both vehicles were unable to be driven.
Willis remains in the Dyer County jail without bond. She is due in court Monday.
*The Dyersburg State Gazette contributed to this report.