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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
A woman was run over with her own car at a west Toledo strip club early Sunday morning.
The incident happened at "Pure Showgirls" on Telegraph Rd. near Alexis Rd.
Police say Jesse Snyder got into Brandi Cowell's car after being involved in a fight. They say he then put the car in reverse, and recklessly drove at a high rate of speed before running into Ms. Cowell, throwing her into the air and onto the pavement.
Snyder then drove off.
Police later found him hiding a few miles away in a garbage can on Eastway Street.
They say he was not cooperative when they found him.
They also say his driver's license was suspended last year, and tests showed he was intoxicated at the time.
Snyder was charged with obstructing official business.
There is no word, at this time, on the extent of Ms. Cowell's injuries.
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