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9-year-old pushed out moving car
A Sylvania woman who admitted pushing a 9-year-old boy out of a moving car has been charged with aggravated battery.
Deborah Graham, 38, of Lawton Place, gave the boy a ride on Feb. 12, said Cpl. Brett Dickerson of the Screven County Sheriff’s Department. The child was a neighbor and friend of the family.
“The little boy was in the car and wanted out,” Dickerson said. “She pushed him out without stopping.”
The investigator said the boy was scared because of the way Graham was driving. She had been drinking, he said.
The boy was “badly hurt,” with lacerations, road rash, bruising and an eye injury, Dickerson said. “Hopefully nothing will be long-lasting,” Dickerson said of the injuries, but, “The damage to the eye will have to be seen about.”
The boy was pushed out of the car along Banana Circle, a dirt lane in the Lawton Place Trailer Park. Dickerson said he isn’t sure how fast the car was going, but 35 mph would be fast for that road.
The boy asked to be let out and opened the car door. Graham pushed him out and later told investigators she thought she had slowed down enough to not hurt him.
Deputies learned of the incident when the boy’s father brought him to the hospital for treatment. He said his son had been in a car accident. When authorities asked further questions, they learned that the boy had been pushed out of a moving car.
They investigated and found Graham, who eventually admitted pushing the boy out of the car, Dickerson said.