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Florida Woman Arrested After Throwing Man Out Of Car At 60 MPH

A Florida woman has been arrested by a North Carolina sheriff's office after stabbing the man she provides care for with a felt-tipped marker and pushing him out of a moving car on I-95.

A Florida woman has been arrested by a North Carolina sheriff’s office after stabbing the man she provides care for with a felt-tipped marker and pushing him out of a moving car on I-95.

The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release on Monday that Arlene Mary Bonitz, 57, of Palm Harbor, Florida, was driving south on Sunday on Interstate 95 near the 64-mile marker in Godwin, North Carolina. In the car with her was a man for whom she provides care and support due to his cognitive issues, the sheriff’s office said.

According to CCSO, Bonitz stabbed the man several times with a felt-tipped marker before pushing him out of her car while driving at 60 mph. She continued driving on I-95 before she crashed, the sheriff’s office said.

Bonitz and the victim were taken to a local hospital for treatment, CCSO says.

The victim suffered a broken pelvis and had road rash on his face, hands, and legs, investigators said.

Bonitz was charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill. She was given a $75,000 secured bond and was scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday.

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