A man suspected of the attempted murder of a pregnant woman turned himself in on Friday, three weeks after the incident, according to court records.
Lnorvy Quintell Daniels, 34, was placed on the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Top 12 Most Wanted list on Jan. 29 after an alleged assault on Jan. 8.
The victim called police that night saying Daniels attacked her after she refused to give him her phone, a criminal affidavit states.
She told police Daniels began to choke her while covering her mouth and said he was "going to kill her and the baby."
She started to black out, she said, but he let go before she lost consciousness.
He then went to the kitchen and "started opening up several different kitchen cleaners and chemicals," she told police. He told her he was going to pour the chemicals down her throat to kill her.
Instead, he picked up scissors and cut the woman's clothes to pieces and threatened to kill her with the scissors, court records show.
Daniels fled the scene when the woman was able to call a family member for help. But before he left, he told her he was "going to 'shoot up' her house" and the houses of two other family members.
The woman sustained bruising on her left eye, the affidavit states. She was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
Daniels was charged with domestic vandalism and two counts of attempted first-degree murder. Two counts because of the viable fetus, the affidavit states. A no-contact order was placed between him and the victim.
Daniels turned himself in to the Hamilton County Jail on Feb. 1. His bond was set at $20,000. He has an arrest history in Hamilton County dating back to 2002, according to online court records. Most of his charges include vandalism, theft and burglary.