LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- A Louisville woman is facing charges after allegedly hitting a car that was being driven by the father of her children.
According to the police report, Denada Dryden, 29, intentionally rear-ended the vehicle multiple times while driving down Algonquin Parkway with her two children.
When the father stopped at a red light, Dryden reportedly drove around him, side-swiping his vehicle.
She then pulled in front of him, stopped, left her car and threw their daughter's medication in the window at him.
Dryden reportedly proceeded to push the kids out of her car and into their father's.
Officials said she then fled the scene.
The damage to the father's car was estimated at over $1,000.
Dryden is facing three counts of 1st degree wanton endangerment and one count of 1st degree criminal mischief.