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LPD: Man used vehicle as deadly weapon while escaping from robbery scene

Tervance Mosley, 30 (Source: Lubbock County Detention Center) Tervance Mosley, 30 (Source: Lubbock County Detention Center)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Police say 30-year-old Tervance Mosley used his vehicle as a deadly weapon, ramming his car into a woman's car multiple times after she came home and caught him in her shed.

Here are the details according to the report filed by Lubbock police.

The police report says Mosley was parked in a woman's driveway behind her house in the 3100 block of 100th Street on Jan. 16 around 1 p.m.

The woman came home, noticed the strange vehicle and noticed that her shed door was open.

She parked her car at an angle to try and block the other car in the driveway.

Mosley walked out of the shed and the woman confronted him. He told her everything is OK, jumped in his vehicle and put it in reverse, intentionally backing up and colliding with her vehicle in an attempt to escape.

The woman moved away from her vehicle and started running from Mosley's vehicle.

She told police he rammed her vehicle again, hitting it so hard, it hit her in the back and threw her forward onto her stomach.

She says Mosley continued to drive in reverse after hitting her, narrowly missing her as he backed into the alley and drove away.

The police report says he got away with some items from the woman's shed. He was arrested on Feb. 2 and is listed as being homeless.

He has been charged with aggravated robbery.

He is being held in the Lubbock County Detention Center on a combined bond of more than $53,000.

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