Citrus Heights police said a husband is suspected of ramming one of his wife's co-workers and another man into a plate glass window with an SUV.
Detectives said that the incident began Sunday with an argument between two co-workers. One of the co-workers allegedly called her husband who went to the 7900 block of Auburn Boulevard about 9 p.m. Sunday.
There, the co-worker who had argued with the woman, was on foot in front of a closed business. That is when the husband, identified as Anthony Ray Robinson, 47, of North Highlands, ran his sport utility vehicle into his wife's co-worker and another man, police said.
The impact forced the two pedestrians into the business, breaking the window. Robinson then left the area but was later arrested.
Police said one of the men hit by the SUV was taken to the hospital with injuries, but did not identify which man was hurt.
Robinson was booked into Sacramento County Jail on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon.