A Comer woman was arrested last week after she intentionally hit a chicken truck on Georgia Highway 72, according to a Madison County Sheriff’s report.
The woman told the deputy “she was a vegan and hit the truck due to it being a chicken truck,” officers said.
The collision occurred Feb. 21 along a stretch of highway in Hull, where the truck driver reported a red car hit the side of his truck and when he hit his brakes, the car again hit the side of the truck, however, this time the impact caused the car to spin in the highway.
The car drove off, but the responding deputy found pieces of the car along with the car’s license plate.
Police went to a home in Comer, where Judith M. Armstrong, 26, told the deputy she fled the scene because she was scared of what might happen to her driver’s license, according to the report.
Armstrong refused to exit her home until deputies had secured an arrest warrant. She was charged with obstruction, hit and run, aggressive driving and DUI.