An "armed and dangerous" manhunt suspect wanted in connection with an assault early Monday morning has turned himself in to police in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Twenty-nine-year-old Darren Dyette faces numerous charges, including two counts of witness intimidation, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and strangulation or suffocation.
The search for Dyette started when officers were called to the Extended Stay America hotel on Fourth Avenue around 5 a.m. Monday. The manhunt, which involved several law enforcement agencies, extended to the surrounding areas after Dyette ran away from officers near Main Street and Bear Hill Road.
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Aerial footage from NBC10 Boston's Sky Ranger helicopter showed police searching the Avalon apartment complex in Waltham. Officers could be seen with guns drawn, apparently looking for the suspect. A Massachusetts State Police helicopter was also spotted flying overhead.
Waltham officers rushed back to the apartment complex Monday afternoon after getting a call about the suspect, perhaps in one of the buildings. Some people in the complex weren’t even aware of what happened, despite reverse 911 call from police.
There was a mention of a firearm at the scene of the assault, police said. They said he has a lengthy criminal history.
It's unclear when Dyette will appear in court or if he has an attorney.