PD looks for man who hit girlfriend's dad w/ car

Posted at 1:42 AM, Mar 03, 2016
Police are looking for a man who allegedly hit his girlfriend's dad with his car outside the Cleveland Clinic Wednesday night.
According to police, a woman was leaving the hospital with her boyfriend around 10:10 p.m. when they got in an argument.
The woman got out of her boyfriend's car at East 93rd Street and Chester Avenue and got into another car with three occupants, including her father.
That’s when her boyfriend, 37-year-old Anthony Goggans, became angry and rammed his vehicle into the back of the other car.
When the father got out of the car, Goggans allegedly pinned him between the two cars and then took off. 
The father was taken to University Hospitals for treatment of a fractured leg. 
The woman told police she was previously being held hostage by Goggans, who has been her boyfriend for the last year. She was not injured.
Goggans reportedly fled to a home on the east side but when officers searched the area he was not located. The white Dodge pickup truck he was driving was found in the 2800 block of East 118th Street.
Police said they are working to obtain an arrest warrant for felonious assault and abduction.