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A Las Vegas man with several prior domestic abuse convictions faces murder charges after being caught on camera running down and killing his estranged wife’s new boyfriend.

Michael Daniels, 32, was being monitored electronically when he was filmed mowing down 24-year-old Ryan Pollare while Pollare was on his motorcycle on November 7. 

Prosecutors now argue Daniels is a repeat offender – having been arrested for previously shooting at his wife and twice trying to strangle her – and that keeping him in custody would’ve prevented Pollare’s death.

According to video released by Las Vegas police, Pollare is seen riding his motorcycle when Daniels’ pickup truck races down the street and intentionally crashes against Pollare near Washington Avenue and Michael Way. 

Pollare died shortly after and Daniels, a father of two, was indicted for murder, with bail set at $2million by a local court in November.  

Michael Daniels, 32 (pictured above), was caught on video running down and mowing over his estranged wife's new boyfriend

Michael Daniels, 32 (pictured above), was caught on video running down and mowing over his estranged wife's new boyfriend

Michael Daniels, 32 (pictured above), was caught on video running down and mowing over his estranged wife’s new boyfriend

The truck pictured and circled above is confirmed Daniels' truck, which he used to pursue Ryan Pollare, 24

The truck pictured and circled above is confirmed Daniels' truck, which he used to pursue Ryan Pollare, 24

The truck pictured and circled above is confirmed Daniels’ truck, which he used to pursue Ryan Pollare, 24

The video shows Daniels running down Pollare's motorcycle (pictured left) and murdering him

The video shows Daniels running down Pollare's motorcycle (pictured left) and murdering him

The video shows Daniels running down Pollare’s motorcycle (pictured left) and murdering him

Daniels appears in court. The 32-year-old father of two has been arrested several times before

Daniels appears in court. The 32-year-old father of two has been arrested several times before

Daniels appears in court. The 32-year-old father of two has been arrested several times before

Daniels was ‘driving around town looking for the victim because the victim was the guy who had been sleeping with his estranged wife’ according to Clark County District Attorney Chris Hamner.

Hamner argued that Daniels’ troubling history of criminal behavior shows how he had gamed the court system to stay free.   

Going back to 2018, Daniels was arrested after investigators said he tried to murder his wife, her boyfriend and her dad.  

‘He pulls out a gun, he fires multiple times at the wife, at the boyfriend, at the dad, strikes the house, and takes off,’ said Hamner at a November bail hearing in Las Vegas Justice Court.

In 2019, Daniels was arrested for an alleged 2017 burglary. He was allowed to be let out of jail with electronic monitoring. 

Evidence  from a 2018 case against Michael Daniels, when he was accused of trying to kill his wife, her boyfriend and her dad via gunfire

Evidence  from a 2018 case against Michael Daniels, when he was accused of trying to kill his wife, her boyfriend and her dad via gunfire

Evidence  from a 2018 case against Michael Daniels, when he was accused of trying to kill his wife, her boyfriend and her dad via gunfire

In addition to the shooting, Daniels has been arrested twice for trying to strangle his estranged wife

In addition to the shooting, Daniels has been arrested twice for trying to strangle his estranged wife

In addition to the shooting, Daniels has been arrested twice for trying to strangle his estranged wife

Also in 2019, Daniels was arrested for trying to strangle his wife. He was released on his own recognizance and threatened his wife out of testifying in court, allowing this case to be dismissed as well. 

In 2020, Daniels was arrested for another attempt to strangle his wife, this time with an electrical cord. A judge put bail at $20,000 and Daniels was free again after posting.  

‘This could have been prevented because that second case demonstrated how dangerous he was to the community and dangerous to the process of the justice system, because three or four cases don’t actually get to go through the normal channels because he is threatening witnesses,’ Hamner said.

Hamner added that Daniels was a danger to the community and someone the city can’t afford to have out of jail.  

Daniels is currently in custody on at least 23 charges.    

Source: DailyMail

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