Indiana man faces charges after allegedly throwing girlfriend in front of train 11/10/2019 7:09 pm PST Comments WXIN / Delaware County via WXIN: MUNCIE, Ind. (WXIN) -- A Muncie man faces preliminary charges after witnesses say he hurled his girlfriend in the path of an oncoming train. Di Morriea Turner, 19 of Muncie, faces attempted murder and battery with a deadly weapon charges after the incident on June 19. Police say they responded to the 500 block of West 23rd Street in Muncie on a report of a person hit by a train. When they arrived, they found two people injured close to the railroad crossing. Court documents state Turner told police he and his girlfriend had been arguing all morning. While outside, they continued the argument, knowing the train was heading towards them. Turner told police that he grabbed his girlfriend because he didn't want her to be on the other side of the train. Employees on that train, however, told police that it appeared that Turner had his girlfriend in a bear hug when the train was close before hurling her over his shoulder into the path of the train. MORE: Muncie man faces charges after allegedly throwing girlfriend in front of train - WXIN #AttemptedMurder #Battery #Indiana #WXIN Related Stories Kokomo man sentenced to 60 years in prison for child molestation Man accused of leaving 5-year-old daughter behind at haunted house Unsolved: Woman shot dead with own gun surrounded by her guard dogs Deputies seek women tattooed by man accused of sex crimes Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.