Post by Scumhunter on Feb 23, 2015 16:08:45 GMT -5
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The 6-year-old boy who was hit when an SUV slammed through the side of a Montgomery apartment unit on February 12 has died, according to investigators with the Montgomery Police Department. MPD spokeswoman Sgt. Denise Barnes says the boy died on Sunday, February 22.
Family members identified the child as Aiden Howard in earlier news reports.
Investigators are searching for 28-year-old Juan Daniels, the driver of the SUV. Police say Daniels was fighting with a man and intentionally drove a 2004 GMC Yukon into the apartment in an attempt to hit the man. Daniels allegedly fled the scene on foot after the crash.
Daniels was facing an attempted murder warrant in connection to the crash. With the child's death, MPD is presenting the case to District Attorney Darryl Bailey's office where upgraded charges are expected.
Daniels is the same man who made international headlines in 2007 when he admitted to beating his mother's dog, Louis Vuitton, before dousing it with lighter fluid and setting it on fire. The pit bull was tied to a tree at the time of the attack and viciously ripped its own flesh off trying to escape the flames. Daniels was released in November 2013. Louis Vuitton survived and was adopted by a Montgomery family.
Admin Note: Daniels is 5'9" and 250 pounds. He should be considered armed and extremely dangerous. Anyone with any information should call Central Alabama Crime Stopers at 334-215-STOP or submit a web tip at the following link: www.215stop.com/?page_id=44
Post by HeadMarshal on Feb 23, 2015 16:21:36 GMT -5
Okay Juan Daniels flat out scares me more than the average violent fugitive since he's willing to ram his SUV and kill a child, and attempt to horrifcly torture and kill his own mother's pitbull. He needs to be caught realisticly very soon after I post this.
Also, Crime Stoppers of Central Alabama is offering a $1,000 reward for Daniels' capture so we have a number now 334-215-STOP. The article says the organization is cash strapped which is why in my opinion the reward may be relatively low for the crime he was accused of. Of course, if it were me, I'd turn this guy in for 25 cents.