3 women hit with car in domestic violence incident, cops say. Driver faces charges.
A Colorado man intentionally hit three women with his car during a domestic violence incident and now faces charges, police said.
Police have identified the suspect as Manuel Handboy, 36, CBS Denver reported.
On Jan. 15, deputies responded to 63rd Avenue and Federal Boulevard in Adams County, Colorado, after three people were reportedly hit by a car, according to CBS Denver.
When they arrived, they found three women had been hit and investigators believed the driver was targeting one of them, CBS Denver reported.
Deputies believe Handboy and one of the women were involved in a domestic violence incident, according to CBS Denver.
They said they saw Handboy saw the victim walking in a parking lot with two other women, CBS Denver reported.
The women say he drove his vehicle at a high rate of speed into the parking lot, hitting the women and some parked cars, according to CBS Denver. As a result of the collision, Handboy’s vehicle rolled over.
He tried to run away, but a witness caught him, according to CBS Denver.
Investigators say one woman suffered critical injuries and the other two are expected to recover, CBS Denver reported.
Handboy has been charged with first-degree attempted murder, vehicular assault, DUI and domestic violence, according to CBS Denver.
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