A Raleigh man is in custody after allegedly breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s home, stabbing and cutting her, and then injuring another woman in a vehicle accident after fleeing the scene, Sanford police said.
Daniel Lamar Kizer, 32, of Raleigh faces a list of charges including assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, breaking and entering with intent to terrorize, communicating threats, malicious conduct by a prisoner, hit and run, careless and reckless driving, failure to give aid in a collision where personal injury occurred, and more.
Officers were called around 2:15 p.m. Tuesday to 415 Trotter Drive in Sanford after receiving a call from a woman saying her ex-boyfriend was beating her door with a fire extinguisher and trying to get into the home. When police arrived, the woman was in the roadway with multiple cut wounds.
She told officers that Kizer had stabbed and cut her with a broken dinner plate multiple times before leaving the scene in a vehicle. Kizer was located at the intersection of Pendergrass Road and U.S. Highway 1, where he had been involved in an accident with another vehicle. He was apprehended by officers after a short foot chase, and is reported to have spit at one of the arresting officers.
Both Kizer’s ex-girlfriend and the driver of the vehicle Kizer reportedly struck were treated for injuries at Central Carolina Hospital and released. Kizer was placed in the Lee County Jail without bond.
He is actually being charged with attempted murder