Woman charged with punching, pinning victim between cars in White Marsh

24-year-old victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries in altercation

  • Brandy Tennille Ames, 35, of Edgewood is charged with first-degree assault.
Brandy Tennille Ames, 35, of Edgewood is charged with first-degree… (Baltimore County Police…)
September 17, 2012|By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun

An Edgewood woman who police said punched another woman in the face before pinning her between two cars in a parking lot at The Avenue at White Marsh was arrested Monday.

Brandy Tennille Ames, 35, is charged with first-degree assault after police said she and another woman were involved in a "screaming match" Friday night over a parking space that resulted in the physical altercation, police said.

Police said Ames was upset because she thought the driver of a Volkswagen took her parking space when she got into an argument with 24-year-old passenger of the Volkswagen. Police said Ames punched the woman, got back into her Oldsmobile and drove at the passenger, striking her and pinning her against a parked Nissan Sentra.

Ames also struck a witness to the assault before fleeing in her car, police said.

The victim was taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries. The witness was not taken to a hospital.

Ames, of the 600 block of Harr Park Court, is being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center on $1,000,000 bail.


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