The man accused of dragging a woman with his vehicle on Tuesday said he and the victim were in an argument over drugs when he tried to push her out of the car and drive away, according to court documents.
In an affidavit filed Wednesday at the Oklahoma County Courthouse, police said 27-year-old Daryl Ray Holland’s story about what happened was confirmed with video footage from several cameras.
Police said the victim, 34-year-old Kendra Hunt, was dragged about three quarters of a mile.
Hunt is in critical but stable condition and remains unconscious.
She is expected to have permanent disfigurement to the skin on her arms and legs.
Hunt also likely lost her fingerprints while being dragged from a fast food restaurant on Martin Luther King Avenue to NE 53rd and Terry Avenue.
“She’s hanging out of the car, being dragged out of this gas station behind me. The suspect stops for a minute and continues west here on 50th into the neighborhood,” said Oklahoma City police Capt. Michelle Henderson.
Holland had a prior conviction for possession of heroin in Oklahoma County. He is booked in the Oklahoma County jail on complaints of aggravated assault and battery and maiming.