Good Samaritan Hit By Car

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Updated: 12/09/2013 5:27 pm
Police say some good samaritans in Somerset learned the hard way that sometimes no good deed goes unpunished.

Investigators say Vickie Maynard of Russell Springs stole a woman's car and then ran over her with it.

Police say she then took them on a short police chase.

Somerset Police say it started Sunday morning when Maynard pulled over on highway 80 because of she may have hit the guardrail.

A man and woman stopped to help her. Police say the woman let Maynard sit in her truck to keep warm.

 As officers pulled up, they say Maynard sped off, hit the woman with her own car.

Police say Maynard then took them on a short chase before pulling over.

She was arrested immediately. The woman hit by her vehicle was taken to the hospital.

She was treated and released.

The Somerset Police Department says Vickie Maynard has been charged with Assault, Robbery, Wanton Endangerment, Fleeing and Evading Police, Criminal Mischief, Reckless Driving and Operating on a Suspended License.

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