Affidavit: Woman whose girlfriend was hit by car was lured to area

3:56 p.m Friday, Nov. 3, 2017 Local

The 18-year-old woman whose 17-year-old girlfriend police say was intentionally run over twice was told where to retrieve some items by an old girlfriend in a “set up,” according to court documents.

When Seantel McGairk and the 17-year-old got to the Chevrolet Impala near an abandoned fire station on Kimmel Lane in Jefferson Twp. on Oct. 31, they said a red Dodge Charger approached at a fast pace, according to a complaint and affidavit filed in Montgomery County’s Western Division Municipal Court.

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An altercation ended with the 17-year-old being struck twice by a vehicle and needing medical attention for several broken bones, according to police and McGairk.

The 17-year-old’s medical condition was upgraded Friday from critical to stable, according to a Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office sergeant.

Tara Dunbar, 34, and Khadijah Thompson, 23, will be arraigned Monday on charges of felonious assault, abduction and improper handling of a firearm in a vehicle, according to court records.

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According to the affidavit, McGairk told a detective she briefly lived with another uncharged woman, but was kicked out due to issues with Thompson, known as “Tink.” The woman told McGairk to get her things from a white Chevrolet Impala.

“McGairk stated that she and (the 17-year-old) got into the Impala to protect themselves due to believing that the situation was a ‘set up,’ ” a detective wrote. “McGairk stated that a female named Jug (Dunbar) approached the vehicle” with McGairk’s old girlfriend and Thompson.

“McGairk stated that Dunbar tapped the window with a semiautomatic pistol and told them to get out of the vehicle. McGairk stated that Thompson was able to get (the 17-year-old) out of the vehicle and began assaulting her.”

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The detective wrote that McGairk said she was held back at gunpoint by Dunbar before she was able to intervene and told the 17-year-old to run.

That’s when Thompson got in the Impala and ran down the 17-year-old twice and both vehicles fled the area, according to the affidavit.

At 6:37 p.m. Oct. 31, a detective located the Charger, which had both defendants and McGairk’s ex-girlfriend inside, according to the affidavit.