Winston-Salem, NC -- On Monday police were called about a disturbance at a home on E. Third Street that led to two people arrested after a car chase.
Police said shortly after 4 pm officers arrived at the home and found that Audrey Stephens had been in an argument with Tiffany Wilson. While they were arguing Christopher Baker grabbed a rifle and threatened to kill Stephens, and even attempted to shoot her.
Witnesses said they think the rifle jammed, and that's why Baker was unable to shoot it.
Wilson and Baker then took off in Wilson's 1997 Mercury Mountaineer. As Wilson left, she struck Stephens with the vehicle causing severe lacerations.
Police were looking out for Wilson's car, which they spotted on US 421 travelling North near Silas Creek Parkway. The officer tried to stop the car, but Wilson refused to stop.
The officer pursued the car and continued to the Jonestown road exit where officers were able to stop the vehicle. Both Wilson and Baker were arrested on the spot.
Tiffany Wilson's 9 year-old daughter was in the car unharmed.
Officers seized the 1997 Mercury Mountaineer and the rifle.
Winston-Salem Police Department