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Fergus Falls woman intentionally runs into vehicle, police say

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. - Police say a Fergus Falls woman intentionally ran into a parked car Wednesday, then returned and started beating it with a stick.

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. - Police say a Fergus Falls woman intentionally ran into a parked car Wednesday, then returned and started beating it with a stick.

Stephanie Brown, 38, drove her Lincoln into a parked red Cadillac on Vernon Avenue in a driveway belonging to a woman she had a dispute with, according to the Fergus Falls Police Department. Brown fled the home on Vernon Avenue, hitting two other cars in a nearby alley as she left. Police say Brown returned to the home within an hour and started damaging the car with a large stick.

Brown was arrested and taken to the Otter Tail County jail on charges of felony criminal damage to property. The investigation is ongoing.

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