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Massachusetts woman in a fit of anger Trump bumper sticker intentionally rammed the car, police say

A Massachusetts woman was reportedly taken into custody on Monday after she allegedly drove in a car with a sporty Trump bumper sticker.

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A Massachusetts woman was reportedly taken into custody on Monday after she allegedly drove in a car with a sporty Trump bumper sticker.

The arrest of Chloe Wright, 25, was followed by a so-called hit-and-run in Hyannis on June 30, the Cape Cod Times reported, citing a police report.

After the incident, the man who she was allegedly contacted the Barnstable Police and recalled hearing of a motorist behind him honking their car horn while he waited on a red light.

According to the police report, the honking continued and by the time he reached another red light, the motorist started to shout at him, the time reported.

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Fear that the supposed horns and the scream was about a problem with his car, the man allegedly came, at that moment, the man said that he heard that the other motorist to call about his bumper sticker in support of Trump, according to the report.

“They said: ‘You have voted for Trump?'” the man remembered her saying. “I said yes. She called me a racist and various other names.”

The man then claimed that the wife moved her car and hit his car with her, the Times said, citing the police report. After this, the woman reportedly left the scene.

“She bent my door and I had to lean back to avoid getting hit,” the man reportedly said. “They also on the side of my car.”

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The man’s girlfriend, who was with him at the time, to back up his description of the alleged incident, the police said, according to the Times.

Wright was arrested about a month later, on a warrant from the Barnstable district court for assault with a dangerous weapon, state police confirmed to Fox News.

She reportedly pleaded not guilty during an appearance on Monday and was released on a $1,250 bond. The Times reported that she also accused of destroying property and leaving the scene of property damage.

Fox News’ request for comment from Wright was not immediately returned.

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