Two women allegedly 'jump' and injure someone driving a car; one charged, other still at large
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Two women allegedly 'jump' and injure someone driving a car; one charged, other still at large

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RACINE — A Racine woman, who allegedly assisted another woman in jumping into a third woman’s car and assaulting her in July, made her initial appearance Tuesday in Racine County Circuit Court.

Aliyah M. Jordan, of the 300 block of 10th Street, is charged with misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct. The other woman in the alleged assault, who remained at large according to online court records, has been identified as Jasmine E. Canady, 21.

A warrant for Canady’s arrest was issued in July.

According to a criminal complaint:

Aliyah Jordan

Jordan

Canady and Jordan, 24, stopped a moving car driving down an alley in the 1800 block of Mead Street by blocking its path on July 3.

Jordan told Canady, “Jump that (expletive),” then Canady jumped through the open passenger side window. Canady grabbed the steering wheel and punched the victim in the face. The victim hit the gas pedal to get away, but because Canady was holding the wheel, the car drove into a fence.

The victim sustained injuries to her face from the punch and from the crash. Her right eye was swollen and partially closed.

Jordan has been incarcerated multiple times prior to the assault in July, according to court documents.

A signature bond of $500 was set for Jordan on Tuesday. Her next court appearance is set for April 21.

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