When Daly City police went to the San Francisco home of Denise Davis to investigate an assault case, they expected to simply arrest the suspect. What they didn't expect, I'd wager, is that Davis would drive into an officer then flee on foot. But that's what apparently went down.

According to the Daly City Police Department, on Friday Davis "was involved in an incident where she used her vehicle to assault another person in Daly City." That sent DCPD to Davis' home in San Francisco to take her into custody, and that's when things went sideways.

As opposed to going quietly, DCPD says that the alleged car-wielding assailant used her weapon of choice yet again, and struck one of the arresting officers "with her vehicle."

Police say that Davis then fled on foot (bringing to mind this scene from Kindergarten Cop), and as of this morning is still on the loose.

DCPD describes Davis as "a 25-year-old white female, approximately 5’7” tall, 180 lbs, with red hair, and brown eyes." When police last saw her, she was wearing a brown puffy jacket and light colored pants, they say.

DCPD says that the officer who was struck suffered non-life-threatening injuries, and is expected to make a full recovery.

If you have seen Davis or know here whereabouts, call DCPD's anonymous tip line at 650-873-2467 or their main line at 650-991-8119 and say it's about case #1600205.