The Star offers these additional details of the incident this past weekend:
In Saturday's incident, a caller named Katherine Haynes reported that Minton-McNeill was speeding and swerving all over the road. Haynes, who told police she and McNeill had a previous conflict, said the councilwoman slammed on her brakes about two feet from where Haynes' daughter was standing with her seven-week-old daughter in a stroller.
When police arrived at Minton-McNeill's home, they found her vehicle's engine was warm and noticed fresh skid marks on the street, according to a police report. McNeill came to the door, pointed down the street toward Haynes and said, "She's lying," the report said.
Lt. Jeff Duhamell, a spokesman for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, said the incident remains under investigation by Northwest District detectives. He said because McNeill was found in her home, there was not ample evidence to arrest her.