U.S. Marshals on Wednesday arrested a man whom Chapel Hill police have charged with attempted murder and kidnapping in connection with an assault that they said began on East Rosemary Street last weekend.
Marshals from the Joint Fugitive Task Force tracked Terrail Laquam Hicks to a house on Sam Moss Hayes Road and arrested him there without incident, a statement from the U.S. Marshals Service said.
Chapel Hill police had taken out warrants charging Hicks, 23, with attempted murder, first-degree kidnapping, assault by strangulation and assault inflicting serious injury, marshals said.
The incident began about 4 a.m. Sunday when police believe Hicks forced a woman into a car after an argument and began beating her as he drove toward Durham.
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The woman was released, and she was taken to Duke Regional Hospital in Durham with a broken jaw and other injuries, the marshals service said.
Hicks was being held at the Orange County Jail.