A Virginia tow truck driver is said to have towed a vehicle with a wife, two children and a dog in it
Virginia tow truck driver is arrested after he has taken back a vehicle with a wife, two children and a dog in it before he & # 39; hits the returning male driver with his truck and hits him through the window & # 39;
- The vehicle was parked in Woodbridge, Virginia, with passengers inside
- Tow truck driver Mohaned Zyoud allegedly fled scene after violence broke out
- Cops found Zyoud and arrested him for assault and battery and other charges
A driver of a Virginia tow truck was arrested after allegedly hitting a returning male driver of a vehicle with his truck and slapping him in the face after trying to take back a vehicle occupied by a woman, two children and a dog.
According to the police, no injuries were reported.
But the failed repo attempt by Mohaned Zyoud, 23, from Woodbridge, Virginia, on July 18 brought him accused of attempting malicious injury, mistreatment and battery, and crime according to the Prince William County Virginia Police.
Mohaned Zyoud, 23, from Woodbridge, Virginia, was charged with attempted malicious injury, assault and battery, and hit & run crime, according to the Prince William County Virginia Police.
According to a Daily Mail police account, Zyoud saw the vehicle in a parking lot in the 15,600 block of Jefferson Davis Highway in Woodbridge sometime before 9 p.m.
He started connecting the vehicle to take it back, despite the three occupants, the police said.
The 25-year-old driver of the vehicle, who was at a nearby company, saw what was happening and approached him and stood in front of Zyoud's truck. The truck then hit the driver, but did not injure him, police said.
The driver then tried to open the driver's side door and, according to the police report, was slapped in the face by Zyoud. He then unhooked the vehicle and fled.
Police said they found Zyoud soon after and arrested him after their first investigation.
He was detained on a $ 20,000 bond and later released on his own recognition, a police spokeswoman said.
& # 39; It's all a huge misunderstanding, & # 39; said a man who only identified himself as the manager of A&A Towing and Recovery, who employs Zyoud, said when he was reached by telephone on Wednesday by the Daily Mail.
According to a Daily Mail police account, Zyoud saw the vehicle in a parking lot in the 15,600 block of Jefferson Davis Highway in Woodbridge sometime before 9 p.m. on July 18
A man who identified himself as the manager of A&A Towing and Recovery, who employs Zyoud, called the failed repo & # 39; a huge misunderstanding & # 39; and disputed that there was someone in the vehicle that was being towed.
The manager claimed that there were no passengers in the vehicle and that the police were lied about what happened in the failed towing incident. Zyoud would be acquitted, the manager said.
The dispute remained under investigation and all comments were referred by the police to the office of the Commonwealth & # 39; s Attorney. Paul Ebert, Commonwealth Attorney for Prince William County, did not immediately answer a call from the Daily Mail.
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