Baton Rouge Crime Blotter: With baby on board, woman tries to run down fiancé, police say _lowres

Mictissa Moseley

Baton Rouge Police arrested a woman accused of trying to run over her fiancé with a car early Tuesday morning while their one-year-old child sat in the car with her.

The incident began when Mictissa A. Moseley, 24, was arguing with her fiancé, both of whom are active-duty military police officers, while they were driving in the 2500 block of Evangeline Street, according to an affidavit of probable cause. Moseley started punching the victim as he drove, and the man ultimately jumped out of the car and tried to call a ride.

But while that happened, Moseley took over the wheel and tried to run over her fiancé, the affidavit says. The man jumped out of the way, and Moseley ran the car into a tree.

Moseley later told police “she was trying to kill the victim and the only thing she did wrong was not remove the infant from the vehicle,” the affidavit says.

Moseley, of 2436 Elm Park Drive, Baton Rouge, was booked Tuesday into Parish Prison on counts of attempted second-degree murder and cruelty to a juvenile.

Authorities book 4 on suspicion of DWI

Authorities arrested at least four people suspected of driving while intoxicated in East Baton Rouge Parish and booked them into Parish Prison between 2:30 p.m. Monday and 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, booking records show.

Those booked and the counts against them:

Daniel Aurelio, 19, 2021 219 Place NE, Sammamish, Washington, second-offense DWI, possession of alcohol by a person under 21, headlights required and reckless operation.

Robert Jackson, 35, 11555 Southfork Drive, Baton Rouge, second-offense DWI, improper lane use, failure to signal and reckless operation.

Jesus Mancilla, 27, 2401 Dolphin St., Lake Charles, first-offense DWI, improper lane use and reckless operation.

Mitchell Talley, 22, 3690 La. 964, St. Francisville, second-offense DWI, driving with a suspended license and one-way street violation.

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