Woman allegedly ran over boyfriend after he told her he’s HIV positive

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PHOENIX, AZ – A woman allegedly ran over her boyfriend after finding out he’s HIV positive. And the entire incident was recorded on a neighbor’s security camera.

According to court documents obtained by FOX10, Misty lee Wilke, 43, of Phoenix, got into an argument with her boyfriend after he told her he has HIV.

Later while her boyfriend was riding his bike down the street, Wilke allegedly rammed her car into him. The impact caused the man to flip over the car, and the driver left the scene.

Court documents say the victim fractured a vertebra and suffered a head injury that required staples.

Investigators tracked down Wilke and say they found the victim’s hair and blood as well as paint from his bike on Wilke’s car.

Wilke was arrested, and she faces two counts of aggravated assault.

4 Fast Facts

  • A man allegedly told his girlfriend he’s HIV positive.
  • Investigators say they got into an argument.
  • The woman allegedly ran him over while he was on his bike.
  • The neighbor’s surveillance video recorded the incident.

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