A judge sentenced a Bismarck woman to probation Friday after driving her car for several blocks with a man clinging to the hood.

The Bismarck Tribune reports that 25-year-old Brittany Miller was arrested in early February after the incident was reported to police. She told officers that the man jumped on her hood and wouldn't get off so she drove eight blocks in hopes of shaking him loose.
The man's father told police Miller drove the car into him and his son jumped onto the hood to avoid begin hit. Both men were injured. The father told police he was hospitalized.
It's unclear if Miller knew the men or what led up to the incident.
Miller pleaded guilty to reckless endangerment and aggravated assault. South Central District Judge Daniel Borgen suspended all but 26 days of a two-year prison sentence, ordered her to serve two years on probation and told not to have any contact with the man who jumped on her hood.
Miller's attorney, Grant Walker, declined comment.