Honolulu police are looking for Norina Rzonca who's wanted on a warrant.
"On May 1, 2009 at 10:20 a.m., officers were sent to an argument call on Pukui Place in Waianae. While responding and driving north on Lualualei Homestead Road, the officer was flagged down by a male. The male stated that he was the caller and he was being followed by his girlfriend in a pickup truck and she had attempted to run him over prior. The officer stopped his vehicle in front of the truck, flagged down the driver to stop. This time, she accelerated running over the officer, knocking him to the ground," Honolulu Police Sergeant Kim Buffett said.
Police arrested Rzonca for attempted murder, then later re-classified the case to attempted assault.
She's now wanted on an $11,000 probation revocation warrant in connection with that case and for violating her probation terms.
Norina Rzonca is 37-years-old, 5-foot 7-inches tall and 210 pounds. She is known frequent to the Waianae area and has two prior convictions.
If you've seen Norina Rzonca, call Crimestoppers at #955-8300.
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