News Timmins woman facing a number of charges after hitting a cyclist with her car SHARE ON: Taylor Ablett, staff Friday, Jul. 22nd, 2016 Timmins Police Service vehicle. Photo: Supplied by Taylor Ablett - Moose FM The Timmins Police is charging a 20-year-old Timmins woman, who they allege intentionally hit a cyclist with her car. It happened on Wednesday at Seventh and Maple. Police claim the woman followed the female cyclist for a considerable distance, and one point hit her, which caused her to fall off the bike. She sustained minor injuries. The accused is now facing six charges, including assault with a weapon and dangerous driving. The full list of charges is below: One count of Assault with a Weapon One count of Dangerous Driving One count of Fail To Remain Three counts of Breach of Peace Bond The accused has a court date set for next month.