Wife Argues With Husband So She Allegedly Runs Over . . . His Best Friend

11133938_BG1In Oklahoma, Rebekah Leigh Crouch, 27, has a curious way of preserving a relationship: she is accused of running over her husband’s best friend. Crouch believed that the friend, Mathew Dewayne Dowling, 33, was encouraging her husband to leave her so she allegedly ran him over after an argument with her husband.

Crouch and her husband had just had a fight when he stormed out. She also went outside and got into her car when she allegedly floored it — running over Dowling and leaving him with multiple skull fractures.

She is charged with assault with a deadly weapon.

This might not fit into the category of a no fault divorce.

This is not entirely unique. We have seen a woman run over allegedly because she was seen talking to a boyfriend, here. Of course, we have plenty of crimes and torts of the classic case of running over a spouse or significant other in a moment of rage, here.

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21 thoughts on “Wife Argues With Husband So She Allegedly Runs Over . . . His Best Friend”

  1. Jill,

    Oh, but how I would like to take the full credit for that superiority; however, without you even realizing it, gawd intervened on my behalf to cause your brief submission, even though I am a ‘devote’ atheist.

    See, even though *he* hates me as an atheist, he is even more concerned with losing the woman vote through prayer to their heavenly *father*. Because he knows that if women would only open up their kind and pure hearts and minds—well, mostly, that is—then they would realize the abjectly sexist tyrant gawd really is, and by extension, the men he created in his own image.

    That is why he created *man* first before woman. He didn’t even create Elvira—oh, whatever—out of her own dust like he did ol’ Adam. Nope, he took a worthless extra rib from that Adam dude to make a woman because woman must always be second and subservient to man as part and parcel of his body to own, command, and boss around for all of eternity. Gawd; the ultimate sexist.

  2. Jill,

    Do you not realize that gawd is a man? Fellowship/brotherhood trumps everything else—we stick together against the weaker and less intelligent sex—gawd made woman that way, doncha know.

    A woman’s prayer goes in the *black holes* of space for which *he* created such vast emptiness’.

    All women should realize that gawd is the very antithesis of women’s wellbeing since time immemorial—or 6,000-10,000 years ago—your preference.

    Oh, and those prayers from atheistic women—such as you—uttered in times of crises? Hah, those are lost in the vapors of the ether, again created by *him*…

  3. FFLEO,

    You’ve truly managed to hide your sexism so well! I’ve outed you to unsuspecting innocents (many of whom share this trait)!!! I’ve asked God to forgive me 🙂

  4. Jill,

    Ma’am, I am shocked that you would think that of me, shocked I tell you. Please then, *do not* visit the ‘Simian Sensibilities’ thread and read my reply to scribadiva regarding our pending business partnership.

    I am hurt….

  5. Okay folks, I swear–er, affirm–that there is not a biased bone in my body and I pledge that I have no overwhelming affinity towards pretty, dirty dishwater blondes; however some people just should not languish in jail or prison.

    Given the exigent and extenuating circumstances involved (okay, that is a stretch), what are the chances of a reduced charge in this case and what charge could that become? That is, if you were this beauty’s, umm, defendant’s lawyer, how would you or could you advocate for a reduced charge from the legal system?

    This is strictly my attempt to learn more about the legal system and its functioning from the brilliant legal minds herein and those occupying Prof. T’s law classes.

  6. I touched nothing but the space bar and the beginning of a sentence was posted- nevermind.

  7. “..I go out of my mind, I am going to let you down and leave you *flat*!”

    Pardon Me? you win the video wit award on the Turley Blawg.

  8. Notice how our criminal beauty took the time to pull her hair back, exposing her left ear? How about her demure expression?

    The only mannerism she avoided was putting her finger in her dimpled cheek and twisting it back-and-forth (of course, prohibited by the processing officer taking the mug shot). A series of camera frames might have shown her batting her eyes….

    Body language is a critical tool in law enforcement. The lawyers and/or psychologists herein might have noticed more than I did.

  9. most interesting
    her brain named this logical
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    Thank You for tangling my thoughts halfway through my coffee!

    May All Beings Be Happy.

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