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Man charged with hitting his wife while she drives
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A man has been bound to the grand jury after he reportedly hit his wife while she was behind the wheel of their car driving down the road.
The suspect, Travis Davenport, 25, was bound to the grand jury on charges of domestic assault and reckless endangerment.
“He hit me in the face while I was driving on North Chancery Street,” Davenport’s wife swore on the warrants against him. “It caused me to swerve into the turn lane and apply the brakes.”
She told the judicial commissioner in getting the warrant against her husband the assault came after three days of arguing between the couple. The arguing got to the point where she said she stayed at a female friend’s house the night before and received threatening messages from her husband.
She said the assault happened when she picked him up from work the next day.
“I drove him to Walmart where he attempted to take my car keys,” she recalled, noting that after the assault she drove home, grabbed her bag and walked to a stop sign where she called 911 to report the assault.