Sheriff Reports that a Woman has Died in crash after Claiming that she was Fleeing “Demons” in Stolen Vehicle
PULASKI COUNTY, AR- According to atlanta.cbslocal.com a woman from Tennessee who was killed in a car crash in Arkansas believed that “her children were possessed by demons.”*
The victim, 41-year-old Rosalind Craig died in a crash when she struck a utility truck head-on just north of Little Rock. Craig was driving a stolen Chevrolet Silverado on a two-lane road at the time of the collision and witnesses reported her crossing the center line.
Craig died at the scene. The victim’s daughter and her adopted children were in the vehicle with her when the crash toplace, as was a friend. The driver of the utility truck and all of the passengers in the Silverado were hospitalized with injuries.
The crash and reports have shocked the victim’s friends who said that Craig loved her children and that the accident was not in line with her character.
Police report that Craig stole the vehicle, which was owned by Shelby County and had government plates. Craig’s mother called the police after an altercation between Craig, and her friend broke out, and Craig was saying that “there were demons in the house.” According to witnesses, she stated that she was taking her friend and children “on the other side of heaven to meet Jesus.”
The children are currently with the Department of Children’s Services.
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