Women Accused Of Running Down Good Samaritan Pleads Not Guilty

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 8/07/2012 10:40 pm
The woman accused of running down a Good Samaritan in Lexington says she's not guilty.

Shamecko Howard is accused of assault in an incident that left a man in fighting for his life.

Police say Howard was involved in an argument at a gas station on Broadway at Angliana when a man named Christopher Mayfield tried to break it up.

According to police, Howard then ran down Mayfield with her car.

He's at UK Hospital.
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