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Police: Woman admits to running man over with pick-up truck

Ginnie Brock, 49 Ginnie Brock, 49
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

A woman appeared in court on Thursday after admitting to running a man over with her pick-up truck on Wednesday.

Court documents show that Ginnie Brock, 49, admitted to the police that she hit the victim in the 10000 of Gloria Avenue in Mt. Healthy with her white 2003 Dodge Ram during questioning.

The exact reason for the attack is unknown; however, court documents say that Brock stated that she "did what any mother would do."

Brock is charged with felonious assault and has a bond of $5,000.

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