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Last updated on Wednesday, December 11, 2013
(BEDFORD) - Two 19-year-old women were arrested on warrants Tuesday for stalking and hitting another woman.
Jade Killinger, is facing charges of stalking, battery resulting in bodily injury and invasion of privacy. Cecelia Jane Harker, is facing charges of battery resulting in bodily injury.
According to a probable cause affidavit, Kilinger was served with a protective order against the victim on Dec. 7, 2012 prohibiting her from talking, committing violence against, harassing, annoying, telephoning, contacting or directly or indirectly communicating with the woman. The order was in place until December 3, 2014.
According to police on October 6, the victim was driving east on 16th Street with a friend. When Killinger who was driving west on 16th Street at the time with Harker as a passenger, made a U-turn on 16th Street in order to follow the victim. The victim drove into Hardee's to get away from Killinger, but Killinger continued to follow the vehicle.
That's when the victim called 911 and drove out onto O Street. While following her, Killinger passed her several times and slammed on the brakes in front of the victim's vehicle, causing the victim to either pass Killinger or to stop.
Another friend of the victim , who was in a different vehicle attempted to pull in between the two women. At one point, Killinger passed both vehicles and blocked their path.
The victim then drove to the Bedford Police Department, and Killinger drove away.
Later, on November 18, the victim went to the Bedford Police Department to report a battery. The woman suffered bruises on her head and had a black eye, other head injuries and scraped knees.
The victim told officers she was driving a car with two passengers, ages 11 and 13, on 16th Street, when Killinger and Harker who were traveling in the opposite direction on 16th Street, made a U-turn in the middle of 16th Street to follow the vehicle the victim was driving. The victim stopped at a red light, got out and told Harker and Killinger to leave her alone. That is when Harker and Killinger got out of the vehicle, pulled the victim's hair and repeatedly hit her, knocking her to the ground. The woman was able to make it back to her vehicle and drove off.
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