Warren County woman accused of intentionally crashing into others

Mary Jo Klawitter, 63, of Lebanon, is in the Warren County Jail, charged with felonious assault, after a five-car crash Tuesday in Lebanon.

A Lebanon woman was in the Warren County Jail, facing charges stemming from a five-car crash Tuesday night on Columbus Avenue in Lebanon.

Mary Jo Klawitter, 63, is charged with felonious assault and scheduled for arraignment Thursday in Lebanon Municipal Court, according to jail records.

Klawitter is accused of intentionally crashing into four other vehicles on the road while in “mental distress,” Sgt. Tom Bloomberg said Wednesday.

Two other drivers were treated after the crash reported at 8:22 p.m. Tuesday on southbound Columbus Avenue, two-tenths of a mile south of Monroe Road, according to the Ohio Highway Patrol.

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Klawitter was arrested after being taken for treatment at Bethesda Arrow Springs, Bloomberg said.

On Wednesday, one female driver was home after treatment, while a male driver remained at Atrium Medical Center, according to Bloomberg.

Bond was set at $50,000 cash only, pending the arraignment, according to jail records.

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