SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WDTN) —
Raymond Roberts, the man wanted for stabbing a woman and ramming her car with his vehicle, has been arrested.
Sgt. Major Clark of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office confirms Roberts was taken into custody after a short pursuit along Jamestown Road, in Springfield, around 9:15 am.
The pursuit began after Ohio State Highway Patrol, who was assisting in the search, spotted his vehicle near Springfiled-Xenia Road.
He is currently in custody at the Clark County Jail.
He’s facing charges of felonious assault and domestic violence, among other charges.
Roberts was wanted for a stabbing and subsequent car accident centered around a domestic dispute.
The original incident began when investigators say Roberts stabbed a woman on Qu Wood Road.
That woman escaped in a car and drove to the Marathon gas station on Springfield Xenia Road.
Investigators say that’s when Roberts rammed her car with his vehicle, before driving away.
Witnesses tell 2 NEWS they were inside the gas station when a vehicle crashed into another vehicle in the parking lot, then drove away.
According to investigators, a good Samaritan helped the woman get out of her vehicle.
Medics took the woman to a local hospital before she was transported by CareFlight to Miami Valley Hospital.
Authorities have not released her condition.