Woman Uses Car as Weapon In Mill Valley -- Over $100 | NBC Bay Area

Woman Uses Car as Weapon In Mill Valley -- Over $100



    Money causes problems, and in Marin, it caused an attack with a motor vehicle.

    Things are tough all over, even in oft-posh Marin burg Mill Valley. Especially when $100 is involved.

    A Mill Valley woman is in Marin County jail after allegedly using her motor vehicle as a weapon in a dispute over a cool Benjamin, according to the Marin Independent Journal.

    Leslie Ann Devlin, 37, was booked on suspicion of felony hit-and-run and assualt with a deadly weapon, both felonies. Bail is step at $50,000, or 500 $100 bills.

    Devlin had been on the lam since July 7, according to the newspaper. She allegedy used her car to strike another woman on Cole Drive in Marin City, whom she had accused of taking a $100 bill from Devlin's purse.

    The woman was not seriously injured in the assault, in which she "landed on the hood of the car and rolled off during a fast u-turn," according to the newspaper.

    Devlin was arrested in Marin City.