ATLANTE – The head of a community service organization said an abusive client might be able to come back if she apologizes and undergoes a clinical assessment.
FOX 5 reported a bizarre incident late last week.
A CHRIS 180 counselor drove Loumanda Turner, a homeless woman, to an apartment the organization was willing to subsidize.
Turner has a 9-year-old daughter who was in the game.
Kathy Colbenson, the organization’s CEO, said Turner didn’t like the apartment selection and became restless.
The staff member, sensing things were going in the wrong direction, returned to his office.
The head of CHRIS 180 and law enforcement authorities described what happened next.
Turner got out of the car, allegedly assaulted his adviser and snatched the keys from him.
With his daughter witnessing what happened, Turner reportedly drove the vehicle to Marietta.
The police caught up with the car and the agitated customer.
Turner is confined on three counts. Theft by intimidation, carjacking and cruelty to children.
DFACS took custody of the little girl.