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CINCINNATI - The case of a West End man accused of assaulting a woman and trying to run her over with his vehicle while his daughter was inside will go to a grand jury.
Ingguls Singleton received a $10,000 bond at his arraignment in a Hamilton County courtroom Monday morning and was ordered to stay away from Latoscha Manten. His next hearing is set for Sept. 3.
Singleton, 30, is accused of stabbing Manten with a plug, throwing a chair at her, slamming her head against a wall and attempting to run her over with a vehicle in her front yard, according to an affidavit filed by Manten on Saturday.
Police records show they saw visual injuries on Manten after the attack at a home in the 1900 block of Lotushill Drive.
Singleton is also charged with child endangerment after a police investigation showed Ingguls’ daughter was inside the vehicle while he committed multiple offenses, according to court documents.
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