Raleigh man charged with domestic assault and hit-and-run | New
Raleigh man is accused of breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s house on Tuesday afternoon, repeatedly cutting it with a broken plate before walking away, crashing into another vehicle and try to run away from this incident.
Daniel Lamar Kiser, 32, of the 1900 block of Trexler Court, faces a plethora of charges ranging from a felony assault offense to 10 traffic violations incurred as a result of the sinking, according to a department statement Sanford Police Station.
Officers responded to Jasmine Myers’ home in the 400 block of Trotter Drive at 2:13 p.m. after a caller said her ex-boyfriend was knocking on the front door with a fire extinguisher in an attempt to enter inside, according to the statement.
Officers arrived to find Myers lying on the road with multiple cut wounds, the statement said. She told police that Kiser went inside and used a broken plate from inside the residence to stab and cut her repeatedly, police said.
Myers told officers Kiser drove off in a black sport utility vehicle.
At 6:10 p.m., officers responded to an accident on Pendergrass Road and Jefferson Davis Highway and discovered that Kiser had collided with a vehicle driven by Hannah Nicole Cummings, 23, of Maxton, police said.
Kiser fled after the crash but was caught after a short foot chase, the statement said.
Cummings and Myers were each taken to Central Carolina Hospital for treatment of their injuries and later released, police said.
The charges against Kiser in the domestic incident are assault with a lethal weapon with intent to kill, causing grievous bodily harm, break and enter, and misdemeanor communicating threats.
Wreckage related offenses filed against Kiser including failure to stop after an accident to provide information or assistance to an injured person, having an expired registration card / badge, reckless driving with a unjustified contempt, driving a vehicle without insurance, hit and run, scene of an accident with property damage, violation of movement safety, brake light violation, failure to reduce speed, exceeding a speed of safety and failure to give way at an intersection.
When Kiser was taken into custody, he spat at the policeman who arrested him and was charged with malicious conduct by a prisoner.
The total bond has been set at $ 350,000.