Updated: 08/25/2014 5:55 PM
Created: 08/25/2014 11:48 AM KSTP.com
By: Megan Stewart
A 37-year-old Minneapolis woman is facing attempted murder charges after she allegedly ran down a 39-year-old man in south Minneapolis during an argument, prosecutors announced Monday.
The incident happened outside of The Bulldog Uptown on Lyndale Avenue early in the morning on Aug. 15.
Angela Dawn Jackson showed up with two other women to the bar to meet some people, according to the criminal complaint.
Around bar close time, the group argued over a bar tab and were asked to leave, the complaint says.
Witnesses say the fight continued as the group crossed Lyndale Avenue outside the Bulldog heading toward a parking lot.
Jackson got into her car, exited onto the street and picked up her two friends, the complaint said.
She then made a U-turn on Lyndale and drove toward one of the men she was in an argument with, the complaint says. She missed the man, but hit a parked car.
Jackson circled around the block, getting back onto Lyndale heading south at high speeds, witnesses told investigators. She crossed into the northbound lanes and hit a man, who landed on the windshield, went flying in the air and landed in the street, the complaint says.
Jackson drove away from the scene, hitting vehicles parked in front of the CC Club, before disappearing, the complaint says.
Authorities say Tarrince Emmanuel Winbush of Brooklyn Center was taken to Hennepin County Medical Center, where he remains in critical condition. Authorities say they don't know if he will live.
The incident was caught on surveillance video, police say.
Investigators caught up with the two women in Jackson's car. They told officers Jackson hid the car in a garage and had the plates removed.
Jackson was expected to make her first appearance in the courtroom of the Hennepin County Jail on Monday afternoon.