Man surrenders in dump-truck rampage at estranged wife’s South Los Angeles home

Sheriff’s deputies have arrested a suspect allegedly seen in a video crashing a dump truck into his estranged wife’s home in South Los Angeles and smashing into parked cars on the street.

The suspect,

60-year-old Ronald Lee Dunn,

turned himself in on Monday, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. He was arrested and bail was initially set at $100,000.

Patricia Dunn told Eyewitness News that her husband drove by the home in South LA’s Westmont neighborhood three times on Jan. 15. The two are going through a contentious divorce and she is seeking a restraining order.

First he came by in a Chevy Impala and crashed into the home right outside her bedroom while she was inside, she said. He returned in a dump truck – believed to be a vehicle he used for work – and did more damage, then came back in the Impala again.

Man going through divorce crashes dump truck into wife’s home, parked cars in South Los Angeles

A man going through a contentious divorce was caught on camera crashing into his own home in South LA and slamming into parked cars on the street.

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