Ypsilanti Police had been looking for Dominic Deanglo Oyerinde for weeks, ever since his 17-year-old girlfriend reported that he threw a brick at her and bashed in the window of her van.

They found him about 17 hours after they say he used a hammer, or a crowbar, or some other heavy tool, to crush her forehead, leaving her in a coma early Tuesday.

Dominic Oyerinde: Accused of attacking girlfriend.Ypsilanti Police Chief said Anna Maria List has not regained consciousness since she was found lying in the snow at the entrance to an Ypsilanti park at 1:20 a.m. Tuesday.
Ann Arbor attorney Leslie Butler, a former co-worker of List's mother, Hody List, said she and Peter Schork, now president of Ann Arbor State bank and another former co-worker of Hody List, have set up a fund to help with Anna's therapy in recovery.
Hody List is a Realtorcq with Edward Surovell Realtors in Ann Arbor.

Butler said Anna's twin brother, Paul, told her the family is "still hopeful" she will wake from her coma.

"We don't know what will be covered under Hody's insurance but, when Anna does come out of the coma, she will need lot of therapy, and sometimes insurance doesn't cover the kind of therapy you should have," Butler said.

According to a newsletter to parents on the Ann Arbor Public Schools Web site, Oyerinde is a Huron High School graduate. His Facebook page lists him as a 2007 graduate.

Anna and Paul List are seniors at the school. Anna is a member of the school's symphony orchestra, and has earned high awards in competition. Butler said Anna is an all-A student at Huron.

Ypsilanti Police said they had been looking for the 20-year-old Oyerinde since a warrant was issued for his arrest on Dec. 15, but that he had been moving from house to house, staying with friends all over Ypsilanti since the assault with the brick.
Oyerinde was found in Detroit Tuesday night, in Anna's van.

He was arraigned Thursday at the Washtenaw County jail on charges that could send him to jail for life. He was ordered held on $2 million bond, on charges of assault with intent to murder, assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder, assault with a dangerous weapon, and carjacking.

He was ordered to appear in court on Jan. 27 for preliminary examination.