Las Vegas Police Claim That A Convicted Abuser Shot At And Attempted To Kill A Woman Who Was Leaving Him

LAS VEGAS, Nevada (KLAS) — According to documents, a man with prior domestic violence convictions allegedly attacked a woman. He is dating shortly after being released from prison on a domestic battery charge against her.

Grant Brown, 31, is charged with battery domestic violence, and attempted murder with a lethal weapon. With lethal weapon assault, and vehicle burglary. While possessing a firearm, discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle, and firearm possession as a prohibited person.

According to documents, on October 17, around 4:45 p.m. A man assisted his child’s mother, the victim, with the breakup of her relationship. With Brown and went with her to gather her belongings from home.

After the two arrived at the house. According to documents, Brown reached on a motorcycle and pointed a gun at them while yelling. Then grabbed the victim’s hair from where she was getting out of the car on the passenger side.

Brown then attempted to drag her out of the car. As the man began to drive away. According to the documents, Brown pursued them while firing three shots at the vehicle.

Brown had two prior battery domestic violence convictions in Nevada in 2020, According to police.

Documents show he arrested for battery and domestic violence several weeks before. Against the victim, and just got out of jail.

In 2021, Brown is arrested for attempted murder, battery with a deadly weapon, and mayhem. According to documents, he has a history of possessing stolen vehicles.

“The overall pattern of [Brown’s] criminal history demonstrates a pattern of violence and anger management,” police wrote.

According to documents, Brown contacted the mother of Brown’s children on October 17 and stated that he wanted to be a family with her and was “willing to leave [the victim] for good.”

She told police that Brown had a fight with the victim earlier in the day and that “something happened.” According to documents, he told her he shot at a car and regretted it because it would land him back in jail.

In an interview, Brown admits to police that he is “set up” by the two victims. He denied shooting at the car. He insist that his DNA wouldn’t be found on the gun used in the shooting and denied having a gun.

Brown’s booking photo is not immediately available. On Tuesday, he is held at the Clark County Detention Center.

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