Memphis women victims of 'bump and rob' | Crime
Two Memphis women were victims of a "bump and rob" robbery.
Police said Selenia Holden was a passenger in the suspect's car.
According to the affidavit, the driver rear-ended the women Friday on South Third near I-55.
The victim got out of her car and made contact with the suspect.
She inspected her vehicle, and after observing minor damage she tried to leave.
Then the suspect followed her and attacked her.
The victim's purse was stolen and the suspect drove off.
It wasn't too much longer that Holden was put out off of the car.
She was found by police and detained.
Holden gave a statement admitting to knowing of the driver's intent to rob female victims by intentionally bumping the rear of their vehicles and robbing them.
She said the purpose of the robbery was to buy drugs.