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A man accused of beating and kidnapping a woman over a lottery ticket now faces 13 charges, including nine felony charges, agents in Cordova, Tennessee said. Dontrell Hanes, 43, was living with the victim in Cordova at the time of his arrest. According to local NBC affiliate Action News 5, he was accused of domestic violence against the same victim in 2021. His ex-boyfriend identified him in that case.
The alleged attack occurred on Tuesday just before midnight. The victim called Shelby County law enforcement officers to report that Mr. Hanes was holding her captive at an Exxon gas station in the city. He made the call undercover and allegedly told Mr. Hanes that he was going to call his daughter. A court affidavit alleges that earlier in the evening,
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Dontrell Hanes is 43 years old.
Mr. Hanes became upset that the victim had allegedly taken possession of a lottery ticket that he claimed belonged to him. Mr. Hanes allegedly claimed that she owed him money from the ticket. Mr. Hanes allegedly confronted her about the problem at her house. She claims that she did not allow him through the front door and spoke to him through the driveway of the house.
She allegedly waited until the victim’s son left the house and entered through an open garage. Mr. Hanes then allegedly kicked in the garage door and forced his way into the home. Court records state that he dragged the victim into the bathroom and beat her with his clenched fists. She told officers that he strangled her until she couldn’t breathe.
The victim said that Mr. Hanes allegedly dumped the contents of her purse on the ground and searched through her items as she demanded money from him. Mr. Hanes then allegedly told the victim that she would “come with him.” She said that she refused, after which he allegedly dragged her through her house. The victim said she tried to grab onto her furniture to prevent him from dragging her out of the house.
She said that she eventually complied with her demands and got in her car with him. While she was in the car, the victim claims that Mr. Hanes said that he planned to visit Orange Mound “to shoot up someone’s house.” He also claimed that he took a loaded gun from under her seat and hid it on her person.
The victim said the duo continued to drive until they reached Horn Lake, Mississippi, where they stopped for lunch at Burger King. He bought the food himself, but allegedly demanded that she pay him the $10,000 he claimed she owed him. The duo allegedly continued on their journey, but the victim claimed that Mr. Hanes would not tell her where they were going.
He then allegedly took her phone, after which she begged him to return it so she could call her family. It was then that she called the police, pretending that she was calling her daughter, to tell them what was happening. Police eventually caught up with the couple at the gas station and moved to free the woman. Mr. Hanes allegedly became aggressive and began assaulting the officers.
Mr. Hanes was charged with aggravated assault, aggravated burglary, aggravated kidnapping, being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, domestic assault, possession of a firearm with the intent to commit a dangerous felony, robbery property valued between $1,000 and $2,500, illegal possession of a weapon, resisting arrest, and four counts of aggravated assault on a lifeguard. His first court appearance is scheduled for Thursday.