Daytona North man charged with attempted murder

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William Jordan is charged with attempted murder, and domestic violence-aggravated battery.
William Jordan is charged with attempted murder, and domestic violence-aggravated battery.
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The following is a release from the Flagler County Sheriff's Office:

Flagler County Sheriff’s deputies have charged a Daytona North man with attempted murder after deputies said he used his van the evening of May 10 to ram a vehicle driven by his ex-wife.

William Jordan, 51, of 1916 Laurel Ave., is also charged with domestic violence-aggravated battery in connection with the 6:27 p.m. incident.

Jordan’s ex-wife, Judy Kiziukiewicz, told deputies that she and another man had driven to Jordan’s home to ensure the house was intact since Jordan had, on another occasion, set the house on fire. The woman told deputies that Jordan and she had been divorced for nine years, but they lived together because of Jordan’s health issues.

She said as she drove past the Laurel Avenue drive, Jordan pulled out in his van and began to follow her. At one point, as she was driving on Mango Avenue, Jordan’s van rammed Kiziukiewicz’s vehicle several times. The woman told duties that as she pulled into a drive on the street, Jordan drove his van into the rear of her car, causing the car to turn onto its side. Jordan lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a tree on the property. No one was seriously injured in the incident.

When deputies arrived at the scene, Jordan first resisted their demands to exit the vehicle. He eventually got out and was taken into custody. He was transported to the Flagler County Inmate Facility after he refused treatment at Florida Hospital Flagler, according to the incident report.

Jordan told deputies he was upset because his ex-wife was with another man.

He was being held in the inmate facility the morning of May 11, on $45,000 bond.

“This man endangered an entire community when he crawled behind that wheel and began driving while he was angry,” said Flagler County Sheriff Donald W. Fleming.

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