Police: Estranged wife crashes into husband's house, other vehicles

BROWNSBURG, Ind. -- A woman crashed her car into her estranged husband's Brownsburg house Thursday morning, damaging the house and three other nearby vehicles.

Around 8:30 a.m., deputies with the Hendricks County Sheriff's Department were called to a home in the 6500 block of Crown Drive. 

According to the Hendricks County Sheriff Department, it started as a dispute over property. Kathy Loveland, 44, went to the home of her estranged husband and crashed a stolen Dodge Charger through the garage before getting it stuck. She then got into a Ford Fusion and crashed that car into a Ford F450 and a Chevy Impala that were in the driveway. 

After crashing into both vehicles, investigators say Loveland then got into the truck and crashed it through the wall of the home in an attempt to injure her husband. 

He was not hurt.

Investigators say Loveland then went into the home and grabbed a landscaping brick. After Loveland had refused to drop the brick, a deputy deployed his Taser, striking her. 

She was taken into custody and then to the hospital to be treated for non-life threatening injuries. 

Loveland is facing multiple charges including criminal recklessness with a vehicle, possession of a stolen vehicle, resisting law enforcement and invasion of privacy. 

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