JUNEAU — Charges were filed Tuesday against a 31-year-old Juneau man, who allegedly endangered the safety of his girlfriend.
If convicted, Anthony Gasper faces more than 10 years in prison for one felony count of second-degree recklessly endangering safety and two misdemeanor charges of criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct.
According to the criminal complaint, Iron Ridge police officers were called to the village park in September after reports of a two-vehicle crash.
Witnesses reported seeing one car smash into another’s backside multiple times before it began pushing the car ahead for nearly 300 feet, causing the victim’s vehicle to swerve, the complaint said.
Officers later found the cars at a nearby residence. Gasper allegedly denied knowing anything about the crash when he was questioned, the complaint said, but said the victim took $200 of his Vyvanse pills, which is usually used to treat ADHD and binge-eating disorder.
Gasper allegedly told an officer he did not care about the victim’s wellbeing and hoped she got hit by a car, the complaint said.
Gasper is expected to make his initial appearance Nov. 29 in Dodge County Circuit Court.