CLARKSVILLE, TENN. — A Fort Campbell woman leaving an Easter service with her family was arrested Sunday after allegedly trying to run over her husband in the church parking lot because he disapproved of her driving skills.

According to police reports and an arrest warrant, Clarksville Police were called to First Baptist Church of St. Bethlehem at 12:25 p.m. Her husband told police that on the way to church his wife, Sarai A. Longhenry, was driving erratically with him and their daughter in the car.

After they attended service, he refused to get into the car with her because of the way she had been driving, and they started arguing, the police report said. As he was walking away, the husband said she turned the vehicle in his direction and accelerated toward him, hitting the curb in front of him and making him jump back into trees.

Longhenry, 36, went to her home in Fort Campbell where she was met by military police who told her to meet the Clarksville Police at a Fort Campbell Boulevard gas station.

She refused to write a statement and provide any information, the police report said.

Sarai Longhenry was charged with aggravated assault.

Longhenry was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on $1,000 bond.

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