A fugitive attempting to get away totaled a deputy marshal's vehicle after she rammed into it.
It was Wednesday afternoon, as the United States Marshal's Office was attempting to arrest the female fugitive.
40-year old Yolanda Monzon was eventually taken into custody without incident, but NOT before Monzon destroyed BOTH vehicles in the crash.
There were no injuries in the collision. And, Monzon was soon booked into the Benton County Jail for the felony warrant she was wanted for AND for Assault 2nd-degree.
I wonder what she was thinking as she crashed into the marshal's vehicle.
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