Man Charged With Pushing Woman From Moving Car


BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland State Police have arrested a man they say pushed his girlfriend from a moving vehicle on Interstate 95.


Troopers apprehended Dante Williams, 36, of no fixed address at a home in Baltimore Monday morning. He is charged with attempted first-degree murder.


Troopers say about 6 p.m. on July 19, Williams was in an SUV traveling south in I-95 with his girlfriend and his 14-month-old son. Officers say during an argument, Williams struck the woman in the eye.


Police say the woman unlatched her seatbelt and opened the door, asking Williams to pull over. Police say Williams pushed her out of the moving vehicle, which was traveling about 60 miles per hour.


The woman sustained serious injuries and was taken to Shock Trauma.


(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

  • Ken

    This punk has a rap sheet for this type of behavior spanning the last 12 years. I guess they will wait until he kills someone before they take serious action against him.

    • dawn

      i know this person personally and he is vary violent he did this to my friend who also has a baby with him did the same thing pushed her out the car after punching her in the face nothing ever happens to him he had attp. murder charges in pa and got off hes never gonna stop!

  • whitey

    and guess what…no suprise here……he’s BLACK!!!!!

  • james

    The FBI and DEA fabricate evidence, steal from suspects and use murder to close their bad cases.
    The FBI and DEA harrass suspects for many years and to the extent that they intentionally create their own terrorists and criminals when evidence shows that the suspect was never involved in their alleged original crime.

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