Ronald Dunn: Irate husband, 62, rams into wife's house TWICE with Impala and dump truck amid messy divorce
EAST OF INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA: An irate husband allegedly rammed his soon-to-be ex-wife's residence with two vehicles, sending the woman fearing for her life, following a domestic dispute. The horrifying incident occurred in the unincorporated South Los Angeles County community of Westmont, east of Inglewood in the neighborhood near 107th Street and Normandie Avenue.
Suspect Ronald Dunn, 62, struck his wife Patricia Dunn's, 63, residence with a white Impala before returning back to the residence with a dump truck. The incident was caught on camera by onlookers and has since gone viral. In the video, someone could be heard saying, “Back up! Back up! Back up!” adding, “What the f***? What is he doing? Oh!” while Ronald continued to repeatedly slam into his wife's residence hitting the other two vehicles parked on the road.
Patricia claimed the man responsible for the violent act is her husband and the couple is currently going through a divorce. The 63-year-old added that earlier this month, she had filed for a restraining order against Ronald, which upset him to the point of destruction. According to the Sacramento Bee, the restraining order had yet to be served but Ronald learned about the forthcoming court directive and “lost his mind.” “A man under that kind of rage – who’s to say what he might do?” Patricia told ABC 7. She added, “He was trying to kill me. He really was.”
Patricia was inside the house when Ronald first rammed the Impala into her residence. “I was just trying to stay out of the way,” she said. Patricia added, “So I don’t know if he was drunk or under the influence. I never experienced anything like this in my life.” She spoke of the terrifying incident and said it has left her with “fear. Complete fear. Because he was like a madman.”
“He first came with like a white Impala and tore up the garage door,” said neighbor Journey Meggerson, who witnessed the ordeal. The metal fence of the house is believed to be bent down to the ground, with large dents and cracks in the exterior of the walls. Following the incident, Dunn said, she didn't want the house anymore and was planning to move on, out of fear of what her husband might do next. “I don’t even want this house anymore,” Patricia told CBS. She added, “I want to put it up for sale and just move on because I’m not comfortable here anymore. I don’t know. He might come back. Who’s to say he’s not?”