Man involved in domestic dispute allegedly rams truck into officer, claims he ‘wanted to kill somebody’

Source: Ramsey County Sheriff's Office; MEGA

Nov. 7 2021, Published 8:11 a.m. ET

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A Minnesota man is accused of ramming his truck into a squad car because he “wanted to kill somebody,” authorities said.

On Oct. 14, Ble Moo, 27, allegedly was involved in a domestic dispute with his wife at a HealthPartners clinic in St. Paul, according to a criminal complaint released Nov. 4 and obtained by KSTP.

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Moo then left the facility with his children, a 4-year-old and a newborn, and got into his Ford F-150 in the parking lot, the complaint states. He allegedly revved the truck's engine, hit the gas and slammed into the driver’s side door of a responding officer’s squad car.

The officer Moo hit managed to climb out of the wrecked vehicle that had “severe” damage and held him at gunpoint. The officer suffered neck, back and hip pain as well as a cut lip, the complaint details.

Moo allegedly later told investigators he hit the car “because I wanted to” and he “wanted to kill somebody.”

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Moo also said at the scene that his newborn “flipped over” in the crash, the complaint states. His older child was in the back seat of the truck and not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the incident. The children were treated at a local hospital.

Moo allegedly said the domestic dispute with his wife involved him cutting her pants “a little bit” but he didn’t want to kill her, the complaint states, noting that he explained “because you know why, I want my kids when I come back home.”

He also allegedly said, “I just wanted to kill myself.”

Moo was charged with second-degree attempted murder, first-degree assault for using deadly force against a peace officer and second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon.

He posted a $50,000 bond on Nov. 2 and is due back in court on Nov. 19.


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