By KAREN DAILY Staff writer An Aiken man sought by local authorities since earlier this week on allegations he forced his way inside the residence of his estranged wife and her boyfriend at a Midland Valley Country Club home has been arrested in Virginia, officials said. Richard B. Moseley, 54, of the 700 block of Oriole Street, will be extradited back to South Carolina. He will be charged with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature, assault and battery with intent to kill, first degree burglary and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime. Buchanan County, Va., Sheriff Ray Foster said four local deputies went to Moseley's room at a Comfort Inn, located in Grundy, where he was staying with his daughter and his 2-year-old granddaughter. "The front desk called him and asked him to have the woman come down and he opened the door and was arrested," Foster said. No one was injured. Moseley was not armed, he added. "It was very quick," Foster said. Early Friday, Aiken County Sheriff's Office deputies developed information about the man's whereabouts and enlisted the agency's help, said Aiken County Grundy is located north of Bristol, Tenn., near the West Virginia state line. Moseley will be extradited to South Carolina, Frank said. He would not comment on whether or not the woman with Moseley faces any charges. Early Wednesday, Moseley was reported threatening Mark E. Lacy, 46, of the 100 block of Crossroads Drive in Graniteville, and a domestic dispute escalated. Lacy was smoking on the porch shortly before 5 a.m. when the suspect approached him, officials said. Lacy ran into the house that he shares with Moseley's estranged wife, and the two men began to fight, Frank said. Moseley struck the victim in the head with a golf club, and a flower pot was thrown during the fight, according to officials. During the struggle, Frank said the 54-year-old dropped a handgun, which Vicky Moseley, also of Crossroads Drive, grabbed and ran out of the house with. Richard Moseley escaped, and deputies believe he ran onto the golf course at Midland Valley Country Club. Deputies found the subject's pickup truck parked near the clubhouse and believe he may have seen them and took off onto the golf course or nearby woods. The Aiken Bloodhound Tracking Team searched the area for several hours before suspending the search around noon. Incident reports at the sheriff's office show Vicky Moseley had previously filed for an order of protection. A police incident report states that the subject may have made previous claims he was going to kill himself and his wife. Contact Karen Daily at kdaily@aikenstandard.com.