Woman accused of intentionally driving through store

Damonica L. Moore, 47, was allegedly upset with a man inside the Alberta Market

Damonica L. Moore, 47, is charged with DUII, recklessly endangering, criminal mischief, and reckless driving. (MCSO)

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A woman is accused of causing about $10,000 in damages to a store after police say she intentionally drove the Alberta Market.

Damonica L. Moore, 47, is charged with DUII, recklessly endangering, criminal mischief, and reckless driving.

According to court documents, officers responded to the Alberta Market on reports of a disturbance. Officers learned that Moore had thrown a hammer through a store window. Officers say Moore was upset with a man at the store.

A short time later, officers were sent back to the market on reports of a hit and run.

When police arrived, they found extensive damage to the store, according to court documents.

When questioned by police, Moore said “I went for it” when describing her decision to drive into the store after seeing the man with whom she was upset with, according to court documents.

Moore was booked into jail last week and is due for arraignment later this week.

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