Augusta woman gets year in jail in road rage incident

An Augusta woman who forced another vehicle off the road because she believed her boyfriend was inside with another woman pleaded guilty to aggravated assault charges Thursday.

Shalonna M. Wadley, 29, pleaded guilty in Richmond County Superior Court to four counts of aggravated assault and driving on a suspended or revoked license. Judge J. David Roper sentenced Wadley to serve one year in jail and 10 years on probation under the First Offender Act, said Assistant District Attorney Robert Homlar.

Wadley was driving on Tobacco Road the afternoon of Nov. 11 when she spotted a car she thought belonged to her boyfriend, according to earlier court testimony. Wadley repeatedly rammed the vehicle, forcing it off the road. A husband and wife and their two children were in the vehicle. They were not injured.

Woman accused of ramming car she believed her boyfriend was driving

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