The Waltham Police Department announced that the man wanted in connection to an assault and battery turned himself in on Tuesday following a manhunt and warnings of an “armed and dangerous suspect” on the loose on Monday.
Waltham Police charged Darren Dyette, 29, of South Boston, with assault and battery with a shod foot, assault and battery for stomping a victim on the ground, strangulation, two counts of witness intimidation, assault and battery inside a home, and issuing murder threats.
Boston Police had a warrant out for Dyette, and charged him with malicious destruction of property.
CBS Boston reported that Dyette was seen around 5:30 a.m. in the area of Main Street and Bear Hill Road, when he ran from police officers. A State Police helicopter and K-9 officers responded to the area, but search was called off at about 9:30 a.m.