A reported disturbance at an apartment complex in central Pine Bluff early Friday morning resulted in the arrest of a woman who allegedly drove her car into a parked vehicle then tried to run over her husband and another woman.

A reported disturbance at an apartment complex in central Pine Bluff early Friday morning resulted in the arrest of a woman who allegedly drove her car into a parked vehicle then tried to run over her husband and another woman.

Tracie Flenon, 45, went to the apartments at 2601 S. Olive St., in the early morning hours looking for her husband, and several witnesses reported seeing her take her vehicle and ram a truck, pushing the truck into a wall of the apartments, Deputy Prosecutor Maxie Kizer said during a court hearing Friday morning for Flenon.

Detective Steven Rucker reported that Flenonís husband got her out of the car and the two started fighting, with the fight broken up by another woman who was outside the apartments.

Kizer said Flenon then got back in her car and drove at high speeds toward her husband and the other woman, causing them to run up the stairs of the apartments to get away.

Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set a $10,000 bond for Flenon after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge her with two counts of aggravated assault, and one count of criminal mischief for the damage to the truck.

Bridgforth also told Flenon to have no contact with her husband or the other woman until the case is settled and to come back to court Aug. 17 at 9 a.m.

Flenon, who said she would hire her own attorney and complained that she had been injured by her husband and wanted police to take pictures of the injuries, a request Bridgforth passed on to prosecutors.