19 Year Old Suspect Released to Father
The young Hopewell man accused of attempted first degree murder in a case involving a registered sex offender has been released.
19 year-old Daniel Narron was released on a $10 thousand secured bond. Judge Kenneth Nye told him that his father was now in charge and could put him back in jail any time.
Narron and three other men have been charged with confronting and harassing a 52 year-old registered sex offender whom they allegedly recognized from the State Police online registry. All are charged with felony aggravated malicious wounding by mob and misdemeanor hit and run.
Investigators say Narron struck the victim’s motor scooter with his SUV. The attempted first degree murder charge was the result of that. He is also charged with misdemeanor misuse of the sex offender registry. Narron’s friends told the Progress Index everyone knows about the man they argued with and Narron didn’t have to look for him online.
There’ll be another hearing early next month. No trial date has been set.
John Ogle, WCVE News