Police say Arizona woman chased husband, caused deadly crash

Police say an Arizona woman faces manslaughter charges for chasing down her husband in her SUV, causing him to crash his Harley-Davidson into a light post.

Police say 37-year-old Jennie Jones-Hurdlow is responsible for the death of her husband, 51-year-old Brian Hurdlow, following a fight that began at the couple's home southeast of Tucson.

Witnesses told police in Sierra Vista they saw Jones-Hurdlow drive aggressively and erratically while trying to block her husband from leaving a store on Sunday. Hurdlow managed to leave on his motorcycle but his wife chased him at high speeds.

Police say he was driving over 65 mph when he collided with a light post.

Jones-Hurdlow was arrested on Monday and faces one count of manslaughter. It's unclear whether she has an attorney.