A woman in Nevada has been arrested for killing her boyfriend by running over him with her car.

Police and paramedics responded to the scene on Nov. 24 after receiving information that a man was hit by a car. They found the victim, identified as 42-year-old James Dutter, lying on the ground with "lacerations to his forehead, left elbow, right forearm and abrasions to his hip," probable cause documents obtained by The News Tribune stated.

While being taken to the hospital, the man told an officer that he was run over by his girlfriend after he told her that he wanted to end their relationship. At the hospital, he told a detective that he had moved into his girlfriend’s apartment just two days before the incident.

Dutter got back home from work around 9 p.m. on Nov. 24 and just when he started keeping his belongings in his car, his girlfriend got home and started arguing with him on the road.

During the altercation, the woman, identified as 41-year-old Maylien Doppert, accused the victim of stealing from her. He allowed her to search his belongings until "she was satisfied he did not steal anything," the document stated.

She then left the scene and Dutter continued to load his vehicle. Moments later, he saw the woman driving toward him in her car. In an attempt to avoid being struck, the man threw his television at her car. The woman then drove away. She then drove back and hit the victim.

"He walked to the end of his Mustang and was immediately struck by the front end of [Doppert’s] Mitsubishi, which she drove at a high rate of speed," the documents stated.

The victim told the detective at the hospital that he "remembered his body flew in the air, landed on the ground and when he looked up, he saw he was underneath the bumper of another vehicle." He couldn’t move or breathe.

The victim succumbed to injuries at the hospital five days later and an autopsy confirmed that he died from multiple blunt force injuries.

Following this, his girlfriend was taken into custody and during interrogation, she confessed to hitting the victim with her car during the altercation. She was being held at Clark County Jail on a murder charge and her bail was set at $150,000.

This representative photo shows handcuffs at the Commissariat de Police Nationale (National Police Station) in Alfortville, France, Nov. 21, 2016. Thomas Samson/AFP/Getty Images