By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The incident, according to the story, began before the races started that evening. She was arrested by the Winston Salem Police Department at approx. 6:35 pm.
Burchette is a Sportsman Division driver at the track. According to Police Lt. J.S. Doss, the incident happened at approx. 5:05 pm at the track.
Does said the incident was an “domestic violence issue.” Burchette does not have a bond at this time, according to Winston Salem Journal.
“The victim went to the magistrate’s office and swore out a warrant, and officers went back down to the track,” Doss said. “They picked her up, arrested her without any incident.”
She has a court date set for Monday, according to the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office website.
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