San Tan Valley woman accused of running over her boyfriend with car

A San Tan Valley woman accused of running over her boyfriend during an argument has been arrested.

Police say 24-year-old Gloria Gomez and her boyfriend got into an argument while she was driving last December in Mesa.

During the argument, investigators say Gomez pulled into a parking lot near Main Street and Sycamore where her boyfriend got out of the car and tried to run away.

Gomez allegedly ran her boyfriend over with the car, causing him major injuries, including broken ribs.

According to court documents, Gomez drove her boyfriend to the hospital and when officers got there, they found her in the parking lot wearing a bloody sweatshirt. Blood was also found on one of the doors of her car.

"During contact with Gloria, she showed signs and symptoms of alcohol consumption/impairment and was subsequently arrested for DUI," court documents read. 

Police say video surveillance recovered from the crash scene shows the vehicle chasing the victim before ultimately running him over.

Gomez was booked into jail and is accused of attempted murder. She is being held on a $250,000 bond.

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