58-year-old Florida woman Kathleen Regina Davis was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill after she attempted to run over her daughter’s boyfriend, Michael Sciarra, after he exposed the pair’s affair.
Davis, a 58-year-old from Jupiter, Florida, admitted to police that she wanted to kill Sciarra, 33, after he revealed that the two had an affair. On September 20, police say Davis drove to the man’s home, throwing eggs at his house and cars, before attempting to run him over with her Mercedes.
Authorities on the scene saw Davis do in circles in his front yard as she was trying to hit him with her Mercedes. Furthermore, she did donuts in front of the man’s house as police watched.
The boyfriend, now identified as Michael Sciarra, said he was no longer with Davis’ daughter and told cops Davis nearly hit him with her car several times. Davis admitted to police that she had an affair with Sciarra while he was with her daughter, whose age was not specified.
via Palm Beach Post:
Kathleen Regina Davis, 58, admitted to Palm Beach Gardens police she had an affair with the 33-year-old man while he was with her daughter, the report said. Davis said the man ruined her relationship with her daughter after he told her of the affair.
That led Davis on Sept. 20 to the man’s house in the 4400 block of Crestdale Street, west of Interstate 95 and north of Northlake Boulevard, where she allegedly tossed several eggs at his residence and vehicles. When police arrived, they saw Davis driving in circles in the front yard of the house while attempting to hit the man with her Mercedes.
The man told police he was nearly hit by Davis’ vehicle multiple times. Davis told officers she wanted to run the man over and wanted him to die. The police report refers to the man’s relationship as an ex-boyfriend to Davis’ daughter. But records show that the man and Davis’ daughter are married. The couple is in the midst of divorce proceedings, according to records.
Davis is facing a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill. She was released from the Palm Beach County Jail on September 22 after posting a $3,000 bond.
A police report stated that Sciarra “feared for his life” and wanted to press charges against Davis.
Attempts by various media outlets to reach her were not successful and it is unclear at this time if she has hired an attorney.
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