A Hot Springs woman who may have been intoxicated was arrested Thursday when her car ran over a woman's foot, dragged a man and then crashed head-on into a parked vehicle occupied by a woman and a small child, police said.
Twila Watson, 27, is facing four counts of second-degree battery and three counts of endangering the welfare of a minor.
The Garland County sheriff's office says it started before 9 p.m. on Quail Ridge Drive when a Toyota driven by Watson hit a small tree and tore up a flower bed while traveling "extremely fast" through the area.
A woman tried to talk to the driver, but the Toyota backed up over the woman's foot and caused her to fall under the car, the report said.
A man then tried to reach in and get the keys from the driver, but the Toyota wouldn't stop, police said. The man was dragged about 20 feet before he fell off.
The car then hit a parked vehicle head-on. A woman and child inside it, along with both of the pedestrians injured beforehand, were taken to National Park Hospital in Hot Springs with unspecified injuries.
Police say Watson was also taken to the hospital, where blood was drawn to test her intoxication level. A breath test said she blood-alcohol content of 0.20, more than twice the legal limit, according to the report.
A spokesman for the sheriff's office said a driving while intoxicated charge is pending the results of the blood test.
Watson had her two small children in the car with her, the report said.