ABC13 Houston wrote: Amanda Hill and her family went to the Houston National Cemetery on Sunday to watch the Lone Star Flight Museum flyover, commemorating the 75th anniversary of the end of World War ll in Europe, and they planned to watch it standing near the grave of her grandparents.
Amanda said a woman driving a red minivan was in a hurry to leave as soon as the flyover ended.
"She tried to back up, and then went up on the curb of the section where my grandparents are buried," she explained. "[The woman] couldn't get around some cars, and then she started running over the graves."
Amanda Hill, BTW, stood over her grandparents graves and faced down the woman in the SUV, blocking the vehicle with her body.
I know they wouldn't be able to get the driver under PC 31.03(e)(4)(B), but I sure hope there's something on the books they can charge her with.