On 07/16/15 at approximately 3:28p.m. members of the Rehoboth Police Department responded to the parking lot of #569 Winthrop Street for the report of a hit-and-run motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival Officer Jacob Miranda spoke with the female reporting party who stated her ex-boyfriend, identified as Luis Iraola age 21 of New Bedford, had arrived at her work (#569 Winthrop St.) and started yelling at her and had popped one of her vehicle tires in the parking lot. During the argument Iraola threatened to burn her vehicle and he proceeded to remove a bottle of charcoal lighter fluid and box of matches from his vehicle. A physical altercation ensued and Iraola lost possession of the lighter fluid, as a result, was unable to burn the vehicle. The victim reported Iraola then pushed her to the ground and returned to his vehicle driving towards the victim and also striking her vehicle. At this time Iraola fled the area and a broadcast message was sent out to area police departments to be on the lookout for Iraola and/or his vehicle. A short time later Iraola was taken into custody for the past Rehoboth incident in New Bedford MA. Iraola was later transferred to the custody of the Rehoboth Police Department. Iraola was later transported to the Bristol County Sheriff’s Department Ash Street Jail to await determination on bail. Officer Miranda was assisted at the scene by Sgt. Ross and Detective Eastwood. Iraola will be arraigned in Taunton District Court on Friday 07/17/15 for the following offenses: Assault to Murder, Burn Motor Vehicle (attempted), Vandalism, A&B Domestic and Destruction of Property Over $250.