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Lee took her keys and went to her apartment in the 1600 block of South Braddock Street. When police

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Kenyale Deangelo Lee

Kenyale Deangelo Lee

WINCHESTER — A Richmond man accused of domestic violence and fleeing police was found in his underwear hiding under a car, city police said.

Kenyale Deangelo Lee is accused of shoving and kicking his estranged girlfriend in the chest just after 8 p.m. Sunday near the bus stop at 1630 S. Loudoun St., according to Winchester Police Department Officer Kaitlin E. Bracy’s criminal complaint. The woman, who Bracy wrote had bruises on her right elbow and an abrasion on her right knee, said Lee assaulted her after she refused to give him money for drugs.

Police spokeswoman Lt. Amanda Behan said in a Monday email that witnesses intervened, got the woman in their car, and drove her to safety. The woman told police that after the attack, Lee took her keys and went to her apartment in the 1600 block of South Braddock Street.

When police went to the apartment, Bracy said the property manager let them in and officers found Lee’s pants on the bedroom floor near an open bedroom window. Lee was found nearby under the car, according to Bracy. She said he smelled of alcohol but refused a breath test when booked at the Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center.

The woman told Bracy that she and Lee had been living together until breaking up in July when she obtained a protective order against him. However, she said she allowed him to live in her apartment for a week before the attack.

Lee was charged with assault and battery, obstruction, violation of a preliminary protective order, entering a property to cause damage, and public swearing/intoxication.

Lee, 34, of the 700 block of Mosby Street, was being held without bond Monday night at the Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center on Fort Collier Road. He is due in Frederick/Winchester Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court at 2 p.m. Nov. 14.

— Contact Evan Goodenow at egoodenow@winchesterstar.com

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