MURDER USA: Raging Redneck Kevin Lee Gravenor did his best to end the life of ex after fight by using his car to run over her twice
SALISBURY, MD. – A Wicomico County man is cooling his jets in jail with no bail after making two passes with his car over his now ex-girlfriend in an attempt to put the extinguished romance into the grave once and for all.
According to Wicomico Sheriff Mike Lewis, on January 22, 2019, a deputy responded to a residence in the 28000 block of Quantico Road for the report of a subject who had been struck by a vehicle.
When Wicomico Sheriff Deputy Dylan Tawes arrived, he located a female in the driveway who was bleeding and obviously suffering from substantial lower extremity injuries.
Police say that the victim had been embroiled in a heated alteration with a former boyfriend, Kevin Lee Gravenor, 29, of 36422 Pear Tree Road, Millsboro, Del., when Gravenor allegedly got into his car and ran the victim over in the driveway. At that point, Gravenor decided to have another go at killing the victim and when he saw what he had done, the put the car in reverse and gave it another run. At that point, Gravenor, according to what the victim and witnesses told the deputy, took off like a bat out of hell.
Police say that the victim was rushed to Peninsula Regional Medical Center.
A search of the area by police failed to locate Gravenor but the deputy learned the fleeing felon had flown the State of Maryland and returned to Delaware, which likely really missed this cruel cat. Police say he had cut off an ankle monitor when he flew that coop for Maryland.
A warrant for Gravenor’s arrest was obtained and he was located in Delaware on Jan. 25, 2019, and transported to Wicomico County to face charges of attempted first and second-degree murder, and first and second-degree assault.
Upon arrest Gravenor was transported to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Gravenor in the Detention Center without bond.
A comment on the Wicomico County Sheriff Facebook page where the arrest of Gravenor was announced, stated that justice would be served if Gravenor was subjected to the same punishment that he administered to the victim.
In 2013, the Delaware State Police reported that Kevin Gravenor was charged with second-degree robbery and second-degree conspiracy and was held in SCI in lieu of $1,500 secured bond.
HEROIN SEIZED BY VIRGINIA LAW OFFICERS;
KEVIN GRAVENOR ARRESTED
Warren County Virginia Sheriff Daniel T. McEathron reports that on March 12, 2015 at approximately 10:57 p.m. Warren County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Sergeant J.A. Seal and Deputy J. Lombard conducted a traffic stop on a gray Lexus displaying Delaware registration, at the Route 522 entrance ramp to I-66 West.
As the deputies were approaching the vehicle, they noticed a male and a female rear passenger in the back seat who making movements. The female attempted to conceal several hypodermic needles in the rear seat. She was identified as Cheryl L. Gravenor, 44, of Selbyville, DE. The male passenger was identified as Jake L. Carpenter, 32, of Laurel, DE.
As Gravenor and Carpenter were being detained several bags of heroin were located on the rear floor board. The remaining occupants of the vehicle were also detained. The driver was identified as Kevin L. Gravenor, 27, of Cambridge, Md. The front passenger was not charged with any crime.
During the subsequent search of the vehicle, deputies located paraphernalia consistent with the usage of heroin and 71 bindles of suspected heroin.
Cheryl Gravenor was arrested for possession of heroin and possession of controlled paraphernalia. Jake Lee Carpenter was arrested on March 12, 2015, for possession of heroin with the intent to sell, possession of controlled paraphernalia and transporting into the Commonwealth with the intent to sell or distribute a schedule 1 or 2 narcotic. Kevin Gravenor was arrested on a fugitive from justice warrant for a probation violation from Delaware.
On March 17, 2015, Kevin Lee Gravenor, with an address listed in Cambridge, Md., was arrested in Warren County, Virginia, along with two other men, on a felony fugitive warrant from Delaware. Gravenor waived extradition proceedings, according to Virginia court records.
Carpenter’s charges were sent to the Warren County Circuit Court where he was indicted by the Grand Jury on June 25, 2015 for possession with the intent to distribute heroin. He was found guilty on Sept. 13, 2016 of possession with a one-year sentence to run concurrent with another charge. Court costs of $1,933 were imposed.
Circuit Court records show that Cheryl Lynn Gravenor, of Selbyville, Del., was found guilty of possession of heroin on July 6, 2015 and sentenced to time served.
Warren County Sheriff McEathron told a Northern Virginia publication that he believed the trio were not in Front Royal area to sell drugs but were simply passing through.