Three people were intentionally hit by a car in Colorado in what is believed to have been a family dispute, Adams County sheriff’s deputies said. The suspect is faced with multiple charges, including domestic violence.

Manuel Joshua Handboy, 36, has been accused of hitting three women with his car Saturday after he targeted one of the women who walked with two other female victims in a parking lot at the Red Rock Motel, KCNC-TV reported.

Deputies said Handboy was involved in a domestic violence incident with one of the victims and he drove his car at high speed into the parking lot, resulting in injuries to all three women. Two of the victims are receiving treatment for non-critical injuries. One victim is in critical but stable condition, KDVR reported.

Handboy has since been arrested and is faced with multiple charges including vehicular assault, felony menacing, DUI, domestic violence, and two counts of attempted first-degree murder.

Chris Parks, a resident and witness of the incident, said he tackled Handboy when he tried to flee the scene. Another witness, who preferred to speak anonymously, said the “car, it flipped and at the same time, it hit people. There was one person lying on the ground. I think the car ran that person down.”

The Adams County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) said it is still unclear what led Handboy to hit the women, but the suspect and one of the victims were previously involved in a romantic relationship. The ACSO said the issue may have been related to either a breakup or a similar dispute.

The news came about a week after major roads were blocked off in northeast Colorado Springs due to an alleged domestic violence situation near Austin Bluffs at Rangewood and Dublin, KKTV reported.

A weapon was reportedly involved in the said incident, and the standoff between two people ensued for some time even after police responded to the scene.

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This image shows a crime scene in Hammond, Indiana, on Dec. 10, 2013. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images