The Richmond Police Department is searching for Terry Deangelo Mallory, 31, in connection to a robbery and assault, police officials said.
According to police, the robbery and assault occurred on January 28th, 2014 around 7:30 p.m. along South Killarney Lane in Richmond.
Police said they were originally called to the scene for a report of a woman being robbed and struck by a vehicle.
When officers got there, they found a woman suffering from multiple injuries and called for an ambulance to take her to University of Kentucky Hospital.
Police said she suffered a mild concussion, internal bleeding, road rash, a torn kidney, as well as internal and external bruising. Police also said that doctors indicated that the victim will need to have her kidney removed.
Mallory was later identified as the suspect in the assault, police said.
According to police, Mallory offered to pick up a pack of cigarettes for the victim and when she leaned into his vehicle, he grabbed her wallet, which was wrapped around her wrist. Mallory then accelerated the vehicle he was driving.
Investigators said Mallory dragged the victim in the street before coming to a stop. The victim was then able to get her wrist loose from the wallet, but Mallory then placed his vehicle in reverse and backed over the victim before driving off.
Police officials said it was later discovered that Mallory had contacted the victim and threatened her if she pursued any charges against him.
Richmond Police detectives obtained a warrant for the arrest of Mallory on Friday, charging him with robbery, assault and intimidating a participant in the legal process.
Richmond Police said that he is believed to be staying with family members in the Lexington area.
Police asked for anyone with information on Mallory’s whereabouts to contact the Richmond Police Department at 859-623-1162, or the Madison County 911 Dispatch Center at 859-624-4776.