Man Accused Of Using Metal Baseball Bat To Assault Ex-Girlfriend

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A Columbus man is being accused of breaking his ex-girlfriend's nose and ankle by beating her with a metal baseball bat.

Terrill M. Williams, 20, allegedly attacked his estranged girlfriend on the afternoon of Monday, November 5.

According to police reports, Williams struck the female repeatedly with his fists, feet, and a metal bat at her residence on Cedar Drive. He apparently became angry because she was dating another man.

The woman suffered a broken nose and ankle in the attack.

Williams is charged with Felonious Assault.

On Tuesday, a judge set Williams bond at $100,000.

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