Expectant mom run over by pregnant rival loses leg

Published On: Mar 29 2013 02:42:37 PM CDT   Updated On: Mar 29 2013 05:15:54 PM CDT
HOUSTON -

A pregnant woman had one of her legs amputated after she was pinned by a car driven by a woman who is pregnant, likely by the same man, investigators said.

Houston police said Shareyll Hunter, 26, is five months pregnant and 26-year-old Christopher Chaney is possibly the baby's father. Alise Kelley, 21, is four month's pregnant and Chaney is the father of her baby, police said. Chaney also has a third girlfriend who lives in Virginia, investigators said.

Chaney and Hunter live in a home in the 9600 block of Ravenworth near Wembly. Chaney's two children with Hunter also live with them, police said.

Chaney said Hunter and Kelley have been texting each other saying they want to fight.

"They just don't like each other," Chaney said. "I don't know if it's me or what. I mean, I am handsome."

Hunter and Kelley got into a fight on Thursday, police said. Hunter first threatened Kelley with a flashlight and then used a car to pin Kelley up against a brick wall, detectives said.

Kelley was rushed to a hospital in critical condition. Relatives said one of her legs was so badly injured that doctors had to amputate it. Relatives said Kelley's unborn baby, a boy, wasn't hurt.

Hunter drove off in a beige, four-door Lincoln LS with a dealer plate. Police have not captured her yet.

Anyone with information regarding Hunter's whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.