22-year-old Coneshai Davis was charged with aggravated assault, driving with a suspended license, child restraint and financial law violation, and four counts of reckless endangerment after tailing another woman throughout traffic and repeatedly ramming into her vehicle. Davis reportedly had her three children inside the vehicle during the incident.
On June 25th, law enforcement was waved down by Christy Williams at the intersection of 3rd St and Belz Blvd in regards to a disturbance. Shortly after Williams notified officers, a Dodge Avenger occupied by Coneshai Davis arrived at the scene. Both cars had suffered damage from the incident, per report. Further investigation of Davis’ vehicle revealed there to be three children inside, two of which were without child seats.
Williams informed law enforcement that, while the woman was traveling near the meeting of Horn Lake and Levi Rd, Davis used the Avenger to run into the woman’s Nissan Maxima, forcing her vehicle to halt. Davis proceeded to exit the car and struck the Maxima’s front windshield with a large metal pole. Following the strike from Davis’ pole, Williams fled the scene out of fear.
Davis then followed the woman in her vehicle. The two vehicles ensued a chase throughout the streets of Whitehaven, Davis reportedly striking the Maxima multiple times throughout the woman’s attempted escape. Williams claimed to have been convinced that Davis’ attack would eventually result in the vehicle turning over.
Davis’ reckless actions additionally left other drivers in danger, according to an eyewitness account. Williams positively identified Davis as the party responsible for the assault. A search of Davis’ identification revealed the license to be suspended in September of 2018. In addition, Davis was unable to provide any proof of insurance to officers.
Coneshai Davis was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, driving with a suspended license, child restraint violation, and four counts of reckless endangerment. Her bond was set at $30,000.