Jefferson City woman charged after vehicular attack

A Jefferson City woman faces numerous charges following her arrest earlier this month.

Roxanna Strapko, 42, was charged with second-degree domestic assault, second-degree assault, first-degree property damage, driving while intoxicated and driving while revoked or suspended.

A Jefferson City Police Department probable cause statement states authorities responded Monday to reports of a physical disturbance in the 3700 block of West Truman Boulevard. There, they found witnesses who reported seeing a woman ram her vehicle into another car several times before exiting and beginning an altercation with the other driver and passenger.

The driver, Strapko's boyfriend, told authorities Strapko had followed him to that location believing he was being unfaithful. He said she had driven straight into his vehicle and struck the car twice more as he tried to exit the area. Eventually, he said she exited and began striking him and the passenger of his car. The passenger concurred with his statement.

Strapko's vehicle was located in the parking lot of a hotel, and officers reportedly smelled the odor of an intoxicating drink when approaching her. They located two empty vodka bottles during a search, the statement reads, and she was taken to a hospital for a blood test after showing signs of intoxication.