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Attempted Murder Charges After 911 Caller Sees Man Drag Badly Beaten Woman Into House

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kane reeves assault suspectPAW PAW TOWNSHIP, Mich. — A 22-year-old Paw Paw man is facing attempted murder charges after a 911 caller reported that they saw a woman whose face was “covered in blood” being dragged into a house by him Thursday morning.

Kane Daniel Reeves was arrested at 8:36 a.m. in the 60000 block of County Road 665.  According to the release, the woman fled from the house again when Van Buren deputies arrived, and Reeves had to be subdued while again trying to chase after her.

Deputies say that Mary Teske, a mother of three, had gone home to retrieve clothing where Reeves, the children’s estranged father, was waiting.  He then viciously beat her and said he was going to kill her, according to a release.

Teske will require reconstructive surgery for the injuries on her face.  A fund has been set up to help raise donations for this surgery.

Reeves is currently lodged in the Van Buren County jail after being treated for self-inflicted injuries after allegedly slamming his own head into the plexiglass divider in the back of the police vehicle.  He will be charged with assault with intent to murder and another attempted murder charge that involves attempting to poison, drown or strangle the victim.  Both sentences carry a potential life sentence.


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  • Bewitched

    If what is reported is true…What a Beast! They need to incarcerate this monster for the remainder of his pathetic life since Mi does not offer the death penalty- He does not sound redeemable in any way!

  • Cyndi

    I hope this SOB rots in prison the rest of his worthless life! I pray for a quick recovery Mary… stay strong, ur beautiful babies need there momma!! <3

  • kdude

    Self inflicted injuries in the back of the police car (wink, wink, nod), well played Deputies don't blame you a bit a good ass-beatin' is long overdue for this P.O.S.!!!

    • ivan

      They are professionals, no matter how bad or how warranted they think it is they need to keep their hands off. Let the other scum in prison do what they do. NO OFFICER SHOULD EVER LOWER THEMSELVES TO THEIR LEVEL.

      • kdude

        Ivan I have a L.E. background you are incorrect. Regardless of the level of professionalism they have emotions the same as the rest of us. It isn't always blatant but sometimes someone just "falls down."

    • bcjdhkk

      Actually they were self-inflicted. He knew she was in the Emergency Room and hurt himself to see if they would take him there so he could get to her again. they took him there after they got her and her family out of the area.

  • tracy

    People just walk away find another why VIOLENCE and go to prison for life?AND GUESS WHAT YOU STILL WONT HAVE THEM!! BUT YOUR KIDS WILL AND YOU WILL NEVER SEE YOUR KIDS AGAIN EITHER.There are way to many single people out there and people need to learn just because your are in a relationship married or not THEY ARE NOT YOUR PROPERTY THEY HAVE THE RIGHT TO DO WHATEVER THEY WANT AND IF YOU DO NOT LIKE IT MOVE ON!!!!!!

  • tracy

    I pray for the victim in this and any abuse case no matter what a person does it does not give another to put their hands on anyone.

  • Adearoldfriend

    He was a good person at one point but never for one second did she deserve this. Never pictured things going this far… Sorry this happened to you and the babies. Love & Prayers to you all.

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