The subject of a manhunt in Waltham on Monday has turned himself in, police said Tuesday.
Darren Dyette, 29, with a last-known address of 320 D St., Apt. 103, South Boston, faces charges from Waltham of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon — shod foot, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon — the ground, strangulation or suffocation, two counts of witness intimidation, assault and battery on a household member, and threatening to commit murder. He also faces a malicious destruction of a motor vehicle charge stemming from a warrant in Boston, according to a news release.
Please see the attached press release regarding the arrest of Darren Dyette, the suspect from yesterday's search. pic.twitter.com/QDPrVskrc7
— Waltham MA Police (@WalthamMAPolice) March 19, 2019
Police said on Twitter on Monday that they were searching for Dyette in connection with an alleged assault that happened on Fourth Avenue early that morning. The public was urged to call 911 if they saw him and was told not to approach him since authorities said he was “considered armed and dangerous.”
The Waltham Police are currently attempting to locate Darren Dyette. He is wanted for an assault that occurred on Fourth Ave today in the early morning hours . If seen please contact 911. DO NOT approach this person. He should be considered armed and dangerous. pic.twitter.com/dcv2lVyzPW
— Waltham MA Police (@WalthamMAPolice) March 18, 2019
Dyette was planned to be booked in Waltham District Court, police said.