A recurring relationship may be over following a carjacking, robbery and assault in Pompano Beach.
According to the arrest report, Marquives Randell, 28, had an argument on May 8 with a woman he has known for about a year.
He was driving his 2015 Jeep at the time, and as the argument escalated, she told him to stop the vehicle. Randell refused so she applied the emergency brake, grabbed her keys and got out of the Jeep, the report said.
Randell followed her on foot, grabbed her from behind, tackled her to the ground, punched her, picked her up and threw her to the ground again, investigators said.
He took his keys and cell phone, then got into the Jeep and drove off along the 200 block of Southwest Sixth Avenue, according to the report.
The woman told Broward Sheriff detectives that she had known Randell for about a year, but they did not live together. He was homeless.
Randell was arrested on Monday and charged with carjacking, theft and battery. He remained in Broward County Jail on Friday with bonds totaling $19,500, records show.