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CLEVELAND, Ohio --  New details are coming out surrounding a dispute that ended with a Cleveland woman running over four people with her SUV on East 118th and Buckeye in Cleveland last Friday.

A police report obtained by FOX 8 News reveals that the driver is the girlfriend of the woman she's accused of running over. She told investigators that she did not intend to hit her girlfriend, and her intended targets were her girlfriend's mother, who was defending herself with a baseball bat; and a 24-year-old man who had allegedly punched her in the face.

According to the police report, the other witnesses told officers that the two women came out to the neighborhood to confront the victim's family about a dispute they were having over some missing prescription pills.

The 19-year-old woman who was run over is being treated at University Hospitals for a broken pelvis and two broken vertebrae.

Cleveland police arrested the 20-year-old suspect at the scene. She was being held on suspicion of felonious assault, and also child endangering because a two-year-old child was also in the SUV.

However, there is a complicating factor. The suspect's girlfriend, who was the most seriously injured, has indicated she does not want to press charges. The other victims and those who witnessed the incident believe the driver should be charged.

Investigators plan to take their case against the driver to a grand jury, and seek felony indictments.

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