Arrest Made In 2015 Ramming Of Pregnant Woman’s Car In Vernon

VERNON, CT — Vernon police have made an arrest in a 2015 case in which a woman is accused of intentionally ramming with her vehicle a car being driven by a pregnant woman, records show.

The woman, 45-year-old Cynthia Blazys, had been residing in South Carolina and recently returned to the area, police said.

She was served a warrant this month charging her with two counts of criminal attempt at second-degree assault, first-degree reckless endangerment, criminal attempt at second-degree assault on a pregnant person, reckless driving, risk of injury to a child, driving while under suspension and evading responsibility.

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The case dates back to Oct. 9, 2015 when the pregnant woman was in 2003 Acura TL at the Brookside apartment complex on Terrace Drive with her children — who were then 17 and 10 — in the vehicle. The woman told police she noticed Blazys enter the complex in her Volvo and pull alongside her car, according to a warrant.

An argument ensued over the whereabouts of a relative who often stayed with the pregnant woman and her family and things quickly deteriorated, according to a warrant.

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Blazys is accused of backing her Volvo out of the parking space, lining it up directly at the Acura and ramming it on the driver’s side door area, according to a warrant.

Those in the Acura were not seriously injured.

Blazys is accused of fleeing the area at a high rate of speed and she was eventually located in Ellington, according to a warrant.

Blazys posted a $10,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in Rockville Superior Court on May 19, judicial system records indicate.

The Booking image of Cynthia Blazys. (VPD)

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Arrest Made In 2015 Ramming Of Pregnant Woman’s Car In Vernon

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