The female victim told the police that Afandor got physical with her prior to the crash, and had been yelling profanities and stating that he wished to kill her along with her unborn child. Eye witnesses at the scene said that Afandor was driving recklessly, but according to the police the woman and her baby were not harmed in the attempted car crash.
Afandor was sentenced to 20 years in prison for habitual violent felony and will serve 10 years before he is eligible for parole.
Afandor's criminal records are now public records that other people can look at and learn about his criminal past. Access to such records allows us to conduct background checks on others and find out what, if anything, they might pose a danger to us and the people we love.