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Daly City Woman Wanted for Allegedly Ramming Car Into 2 People

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    Daly City police are searching for a woman who they say rammed her car into two people Friday.

    The suspect, identified as Denise Davis, 25, intentionally slammed her car into a person she was arguing with, police said.

    When officers went to Davis' house to arrest her for the assault, she allegedly tried to flee and, in the process, drove her car into an officer as well.

    The woman's attempts to escape were otherwise succesful, as she was able to get away on foot, according to police.

    The officer sustained non-life threatening injuries and is expected to survive, police said.

    Davis is described as approximately 5’7” tall and weighing 180 lbs. She has red hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a brown puffy jacket and light-colored pants.

    People with information about Davis' whereabouts can contact the Daly City Police Department at (650) 991-8119 or call the anonymous tip line at (650) 873-2467 and reference case #1600205.

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