Shocking footage has emerged that shows the moment when a woman plowed a car into her boyfriend, after allegedly finding out he is HIV-positive.
Surveillance footage on a house in Phoenix shows a man cycling along a road when a Ford Mustang pulls out of a park entrance. It slams into the cyclist, who is then sent flying into the air. He flips over the car and crumples to the ground.
The driver, named locally as "Misty Lee Wilke," speeds off, leaving him injured in the middle of the road.
Passersby rush to his side.
A source told 12 News that Wilke had recently found out her boyfriend was HIV-positive.
Wilke, 43, reportedly called the police after she ran him down, saying they had had an argument in which she'd accused him of domestic abuse.
She claims she accelerated through the park and didn't realize she'd hit anyone, according to court records. She was arrested and charged with attempting to commit second-degree murder, fleeing the scene and aggravated assault.
A grand jury indicted Wilke on May 10. She pleaded "not guilty."