Woman accused of running over waitres...

Woman accused of running over waitress arrested while recoverin...

There are 41 comments on the Chico Enterprise-Record story from Apr 17, 2008, titled Woman accused of running over waitress arrested while recoverin.... In it, Chico Enterprise-Record reports that:

Police arrested a 23-year-old woman accused of running over a Casa Ramos waitress when the suspect attempted to claim her impounded car today.

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MIke

United States

#1 Apr 17, 2008
Conclusion: Hehehe! Stupid is as stupid does!

Book 'er Dano! Hope the victims at the restaurant recover the money owed for the stolen meals and all the injury, suffering, and pain caused by this person's ignorant behavior.

If I were the judge, I would require sensitivity training and anger management classes for the perps. If this happened in China, we would call it re-education, then execute them.
Michael R - Chico

AOL

#2 Apr 17, 2008
Good Job CPD on finding the car and impounding it. And also for getting another idiot of the streets.
Wht don't they charge her with attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon also.
Rich Johnson

San Clemente, CA

#3 Apr 17, 2008
Godd job Chico PD. The Butte County DA needs to throw the book at this lady, no plea bargains. This crime was so rank, so totally bush league, it ruined my whole week reading about it. On top of that this poor waitress could have really gotten hurt bad.
Mac

Chico, CA

#4 Apr 17, 2008
How could they not charge the other woman? Even if she someone didn't hear or see the argument at the restaurant, she was in the car when the other woman ran over the waitress. If she didn't immediately call the police, then she should be charged as well.
former employee

Redding, CA

#5 Apr 17, 2008
Mac wrote:
How could they not charge the other woman? Even if she someone didn't hear or see the argument at the restaurant, she was in the car when the other woman ran over the waitress. If she didn't immediately call the police, then she should be charged as well.
AMEN! She is an accomplice if she did not come forward immediately!
sawblade

Magalia, CA

#6 Apr 17, 2008
I hope she recovers well. Punishment should be severe. Eating the food is not punishment enough, but its a start!
Hal

Chico, CA

#7 Apr 17, 2008
Yep, book'r Dano. maybe the other one is giving information so she doesn't get busted herself. If not, then she should be arressted too you'd think. Or, if not, maybe she is somebody influenciial, or the kid of some hot-shot with money and influence. Glad the police did a good job, but what a stupid woman.
Priscilla Jimenex

United States

#8 Apr 17, 2008
Jess is my girl. I work with her at Casa Ramos and I'm not surprised at all at what she did. That girls got balls for standing up to petty thiefs. I hope they both get charged because it was a lame scam in which they were both aware. I wish my girl wasnt in front of that car on Monday 'cause I hate seeing her messed up everyday laying in a hospital bed. What Jessica did was in the moment, and that girl stood up for what she thought was right. Jessica will recover, she's a strong girl. I just hope the system doesn't let her down. They both deserve punishment!!!
Priscilla Jimenez

United States

#9 Apr 18, 2008
So apparantly its news! It is ok to be a participant in dining, dashing, and attempting to kill a hard working waitress, as long as you aren't the driver. I am so dissapointed, not surprised. I love my Jessica for who she is, but I hate what she did. Not because she did something wrong, those girls stole from her and she wasn't going to accept their actions. I hate that she's hurting. She's one tough chick, but please don't forget who's really hurting in this situation. She has two broken ankles and has already gone through two surgeries. She is in pain, and she is still so strong and trying to make jokes about the situation. These girls stole so much more than a free meal, they stole a year of my friends walking life. She will still laugh, love, and have good friends. But unfortunately she walks with some pain. This is a result of pins in an ankle a cast on the other and still the drive to walk and talk of recovery. That is where my friend is, Jessica, one strong chick. So before anyone judges what was right wrong or inbetween, please remember my friend who stood up for what she thought was the right thing to do.
The RAMOS ream

Albany, CA

#10 Apr 18, 2008
MIke wrote:
If I were the judge, I would require sensitivity training and anger management classes for the perps.
Wow I'd sure be scared to be sentenced by you! Judge Vagine!
did I say that

Chico, CA

#11 Apr 18, 2008
Try a new sentence for this ignorant driver, sentence her to a month in an all male prison, general population, when they're done with her,
execute her. One less dirt bag in the world. Not nice but what the hey!!
Uhor Family Friend

United States

#12 Apr 18, 2008
First and foremost, my heart & prayers go out to the young women hurt in this case & her family. Now to change the direction of my comment. I personally know the accused driver "Amanda Uhor", and would like to comment on her character. I have known Amanda for atleast 10 years, and know she comes from a very caring and loving family, she was raised with morals and values, in which allot of children aren't. Despite her up bringing, as she became an adult & began her life on her own, she developed a major drug problem. Her life seemed to go down hill from there. Since then, it seems as though she became a very different person. I believe, we as a county have a huge "Meth" problem which is affecting far too many good people. We need to really show our community the major affects this drug has on our youth and there families. It seems as though when we think of "Meth" we imagine its users as bad people, who were most likely raised in poverty and without proper parental guidance. This story just goes to show how wrong that statement is. I beieve we as a community need to come together and show all sides to this evil drug. Let us please use this story to help educate our youth and the rest of Paradise on the terrible effects of Methamphetamine and substance abuse as a whole!
Uhor Family Friend

United States

#13 Apr 18, 2008
First and foremost my heart & prayers go out to the young women hurt in this case & her family. Now to change the direction of my comment. I personally know the accused driver "Amanda Uhor", and would like to comment on her character. I have known Amanda for atleast 10years, and know she comes from a very caring and loving family, she was raised with morals and values, in which alot of children aren't. Despite her up bringing, as she became an adult & began her life on her own, she developed a major drug problem. Her life seemed to go down hill from there. Since then, it seems as though she became a totally different person. I believe we as a county have a huge "Meth" problem, that is affecting far to many good people. We need to really show our community the major affects this drug has on our youth and there familys. It seems as though when we think of "Meth" we imagine its users as bad people, who were most likely raised in poverty and without proper parental guidance. This story just goes to show how wrong that statement is. I beieve we as a community need to come together and show all sides to this evil drug. Let's please use this story to help educate our youth and the rest of Paradise on the terrible effects of Methanphetamine and sustance abuse as a whole!
WHAT

United States

#14 Apr 18, 2008
Family Friend - Are you on drugs too? This loser is just that. A LOSER! She will fry and I will be in the front row to watch.
I think so

AOL

#15 Apr 18, 2008
I think the other woman probably knew,I mean she walked out the door too and got in the car and no money changed hands, so here's your sign!!
Danielle

Chico, CA

#16 Apr 18, 2008
I love it! I always read the comments for crime/police related articles. It's only when people read about the policemen's work that they give them a pat on the back, otherwise it's always about "screw the cops!" ROFL Except for of course the couple of people who are upset that the passenger in this case wasn't arrested. I suppose if this was communist China then it would be ok to arrest the passenger without any evidence of her committing a crime also. You gotta love America and it's freedom of speech, even if that speech is schizophrenic.
Patty

Truckee, CA

#17 Apr 18, 2008
Danielle wrote:
I love it! I always read the comments for crime/police related articles. It's only when people read about the policemen's work that they give them a pat on the back, otherwise it's always about "screw the cops!" ROFL Except for of course the couple of people who are upset that the passenger in this case wasn't arrested. I suppose if this was communist China then it would be ok to arrest the passenger without any evidence of her committing a crime also. You gotta love America and it's freedom of speech, even if that speech is schizophrenic.
Actually Danielle, there were about 10 witnesses who watched the TWO patrons run out of the restaurant that night with Jessie in tow screaming that they couldn't leave without paying their bill. Then she got into Amanda’s vehicle, which makes her an accomplice, and here in the good old U.S.A., where we have a democracy, being an accomplice to a crime is illegal. Not to mention she consumed food and alcohol and left without paying her portion of the tab – how does that not constitute a crime in your mind?
Michael R - Chico

AOL

#18 Apr 18, 2008
Mac wrote:
How could they not charge the other woman? Even if she someone didn't hear or see the argument at the restaurant, she was in the car when the other woman ran over the waitress. If she didn't immediately call the police, then she should be charged as well.
I totally agree Mac and sawblade, she should be charged as a accompliss since she didn't report it immediately. This waitress has alot of recovery from her sugeries and if she is reading these posts, GOD BLESS YOU HUN, you definately had an Angel on your shoulder that evening.
Michael R - Chico

AOL

#19 Apr 18, 2008
Uhor Family Friend wrote:
First and foremost, my heart & prayers go out to the young women hurt in this case & her family. Now to change the direction of my comment. I personally know the accused driver "Amanda Uhor", and would like to comment on her character. I have known Amanda for atleast 10 years, and know she comes from a very caring and loving family, she was raised with morals and values, in which allot of children aren't. Despite her up bringing, as she became an adult & began her life on her own, she developed a major drug problem. Her life seemed to go down hill from there. Since then, it seems as though she became a very different person. I believe, we as a county have a huge "Meth" problem which is affecting far too many good people. We need to really show our community the major affects this drug has on our youth and there families. It seems as though when we think of "Meth" we imagine its users as bad people, who were most likely raised in poverty and without proper parental guidance. This story just goes to show how wrong that statement is. I beieve we as a community need to come together and show all sides to this evil drug. Let us please use this story to help educate our youth and the rest of Paradise on the terrible effects of Methamphetamine and substance abuse as a whole!
All this said she may be a decent person, but she had a very serious lack of judgement on Monday night and could have very easily killed that waitress. I know personally that drugs can do very bad things to people, I have 15 years clean. But I also know, and Detective Stan Duetsman can agree, that people still make their own decisions, even when on drugs. He arrested me (along with about 15 or 20 other officers) and I am thankful. He saw that I was totally cooperative and he was very polite to me, as I was with him also.
It is all about how we respond when backed into a corner and Monday evening she did the wrong thing instead of the right thing and now she has to pay for it. I also believe the other girl should pay for it also because she did not come forward immediately and inform the police who was the driver of the vehicle.
Michael R - Chico

AOL

#20 Apr 18, 2008
Danielle wrote:
I love it! I always read the comments for crime/police related articles. It's only when people read about the policemen's work that they give them a pat on the back, otherwise it's always about "screw the cops!" ROFL Except for of course the couple of people who are upset that the passenger in this case wasn't arrested. I suppose if this was communist China then it would be ok to arrest the passenger without any evidence of her committing a crime also. You gotta love America and it's freedom of speech, even if that speech is schizophrenic.
But she did commit a crime when she saw that waitress hit the windshield and fly off the hood of the car into the middle of Fair Street and then didn't bother to call the police. Friend or no friend, what she didn't do is a crime and makes her an accompliss.

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