Man, 36, who pushed a 91-year-old woman to the ground in her home and & # 39; tried to steal her wedding ring & # 39 ;, was released 45 minutes earlier from a Scottsdale prison
- Danny Nicholas was arrested on May 20 and charged with theft, burglary and kidnapping
- Nicholas is accused of stealing an older woman's wedding ring after forcing his way home and beating her to the ground
- Nichols was released from a prison in Scottsdale just 45 minutes before the alleged robbery
- The 91-year-old woman slammed her head against a tile floor and was admitted to hospital as a precautionary measure but is expected to fully recover
A man arrested on suspicion of trying to steal a wedding ring from the hand of a 91-year-old woman was released from prison 45 minutes before the attack, police said.
Police arrested Danny Nicholas (36) again on May 20 after an incident in which an elderly woman was pushed into her home and then pushed to the ground by an attacker who tried & # 39; from her hand, as reported by AZ Family.
According to officers, Nicholas was released from Scottsdale prison at 11:30 am and the 91-year-old attack took place at 12.15 pm.
Danny Nicholas, 36, (pictured above) was arrested for a serious abuse of a 91-year-old woman on the same day he was released from a prison in Scottsdale
Nicholas had reportedly hit the door of the woman in Scottsdale to request a ride home. The woman told him that her vehicle had broken.
He asked for her car keys and when she refused to give them up, he pushed the 91-year-old into her house before she tried to rob her, according to the police.
Neighbor Catherine Mason told The Fresno Bee that she called 911 and the woman's attacker left, who then walked away.
The older woman hit her head on a tile on the floor during the attack and was taken to the hospital as a precaution. She is expected to fully recover.
Scottsdale prison complex (pictured above) where Nicholas was released on May 20. He is now being charged with theft, burglary and kidnapping
The police questioned a store clerk in a supermarket in the direction of Nicholas who was following the alleged confrontation.
The clerk told the police that Nicholas had asked for some water because he had just been released from prison.
Nicholas was arrested in his girlfriend's house. According to court documents, he is homeless, but he lived with his girlfriend for two months.
He is accused of theft, burglary and abduction in connection with the incident.
Nicholas had ended up in jail with a $ 500,000 bail.
It is not clear what offenses Nicholas meant, but he was previously arrested on suspicion of drug possession, forgery, trafficking in stolen goods, and other charges.
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