OCTOBER 2--With her husband clinging to the hood of her car, a Missouri woman drove for more than seven miles--through a construction zone and across an interstate--before pulling over while being chased by police, according to court records. However, Boyd “left the residence with victim still on the hood of the vehicle,” according to a Berkeley Police Department report. At one point, a police officer gave chase after Boyd drove past him with her spouse on the car. While the pursuing squad car’s lights were flashing, Boyd drove an additional half-mile before pulling over. Boyd, seen above, was arrested and charged with domestic assault for “attempting to cause serious physical injury” to her husband while he was atop the car hood.