A Florida man is facing attempted murder charges for allegedly running hitting two women with his car and punching a jogger while driving his 7-year-old daughter to school.
A jogger tapped the car of Eric Noel Montez, 28, for driving dangerously close to him on Thursday morning, police say.
Montez allegedly stopped his vehicle and ran after the jogger. He allegedly punched the man numerous times in the face, according to NBC-2.com.
The suspect was pummeling the victim when Lorraine McDaniel, 52, and Kristee Barres, 33, told him to stop and that they were calling police.
There was a verbal exchange before Montez got back into his car and pulled forward, allegedly hitting Barres and vaulting her over the hood.
As he drove away, McDaniel ran screaming after him. He allegedly stopped the car and drover over her in reverse, the Naples News reports.
Montez dropped off his daughter at home before returning to the scene of the crime, RawStory.com reports.
He has been charged with two counts of attempted second degree murder and one count of battery.
Barres remains hospitalized in stable condition while McDaniel is listed in critical condition.