Man arrested on charge that he rammed car into apartment building
Posted August 28, 2008
Raleigh, N.C. — A man accused of slamming his car into a Raleigh apartment building during an argument with his former girlfriend, hitting two people, has been arrested.
Cory Tremaine Spinks, 29, was arrested this week, Raleigh Police Department spokesman Jim Sughrue said.
Police said Spinks fled on foot after the Aug. 22 incident off New Bern Avenue and Milburnie Road, near WakeMed hospital.
Police withheld the details of Spinks' arrest.
Warrants were issued charging Spinks with two counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill and one count each of damage to personal property and damage to real property.
Witnesses said Spinks and his former girlfriend were arguing outside a quadplex building in the 200 block of North Peartree Lane. The woman was standing at the top of a stairwell, while her uncle and teenage nephew were at the bottom of the steps.
Spinks apparently became angry when the woman kicked him out of her apartment and refused to let him back inside, and he got in his Nissan Maxima and drove into the building, hitting the woman's uncle and nephew, witnesses said.
Dennis Earl Rowe, 45, and the 15-year-old nephew, were treated at WakeMed and released. Police withheld the teen's name.