“She, in her attempt to leave, ran into one of the repo guys,” Brown said. “She left the area, and we were able to track her by GPS.”
Police stopped Ghist shortly after the 8 a.m. call in Hancock County, where she was arrested and taken to the Sandusky County jail. She appeared in Fremont Municipal Court Wednesday and her bond was set at $2,500.
The victim refused treatment at the scene, although he later sought treatment at the hospital, Brown said. It’s unclear if police impounded Ghist’s vehicle when she was arrested, or if the repossession company took the vehicle.
She is scheduled to appear in court again Sept. 11.