The moment ‘A Woman Andrea Estwick, 24, Mows Down Boyfriend With Car After Breakup’ A Texas woman allegedly plowed over her boyfriend after an argument, leaving him with serious injuries while she claimed to police he stepped in front of her car.
A Woman Andrea Estwick, 24, Mows Down Boyfriend With Car After Breakup
But the story that appears on surveillance footage seems to be different. The victim may be seen moving through the median between a Spectrum store and a Walmart entrance. The suspect’s car turns around the gas pumps, crosses the road leading to the Walmart petrol station, and jumps the curb onto the median on the opposite side of the entry.
The victim is seen trying to get out of the way before the video, provided by Round Rock police, cuts off and resumes with him lying on the concrete in front of the Spectrum store.
The incident took place on September 4. The victim, originally in critical condition with several fractures and displaced vertebrae, is now stable, police said.
Andrea Estwick, 24, was arrested on September 20 on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
According to an affidavit filed in the case, Estwick and the victim were in a relationship and had decided to separate, KTBC reported. She told police on the night in question, they had been to downtown Austin drinking. On the way home, Estwick said the victim was hungry, so they stopped at the Walmart gas station. While there, they argued, he got out of the car and began walking toward Frontage Road.
The Round Rock Police are investigating an aggravated assault occurring on Sept. 9 near the Walmart at IH-35 & SH-45. We’ve identified the involved parties, but still need help locating any potential eyewitnesses to help in the prosecution of this case. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/CGsItvSvuF— Round Rock Police (@roundrockpolice) September 22, 2022
Estwick informed the authorities that she re-entered the vehicle to pursue him and prevent him from crossing the street. She claimed that when she approached, he stepped in front of her car and was struck.
The documentation states that Estwick did not dial 911. Instead, she contacted 911 after driving home and spoke to her mother.
Estwick admitted to authorities that she was “too afraid” and couldn’t find either her or the victim’s cell phone.
Police think “the defendant intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly struck the victim with her motor vehicle,” according to the affidavit.
Police are looking for eyewitnesses to the incident. If you have any information about the case, contact [email protected] or 512-671-2709. A