A Bowling Green man was arrested for felonious assault after police responded to a domestic dispute at his home.
On Thursday at 11:52 p.m., Bowling Green police responded to the 1520 block of East Clough Street and observed a woman yelling at Airon Williams, who was collecting his belongings from the grassy area outside the apartment. There were trash bags in the area as well as shoes and various other boxes.
According to the Bowling Green Police Division report, officers directed the woman toward the parking lot as several of her family and friends exited their vehicles.
When talking to the woman, police observed blood on her lips and inside her mouth and she was missing two front teeth. She was visibly upset, according to the report.
The woman told police she had requested Williams supervise their children while she went to work. She became upset when he declined and decided to take three bags of his belongings to his girlfriend’s house in the 200 block of Lehman Avenue.
When she arrived and reached in to retrieve the bags, Williams rushed her and placed his hands around her throat and struck her on the left side of her face, knocking out her teeth, according to the report.
Once released, she ran back to her vehicle. She told police she was on a video call with one of her co-workers and several friends during the altercation.
Williams admitted he had placed his right hand on the woman’s throat and had pushed the right side of her face toward the car but denied striking her.
Officers observed cuts on the knuckles of Williams’ right had and blood on his sweatshirt and jeans.
Police had taken a report from the alleged victim on Oct. 26 that William had assaulted her on Oct. 22.
Williams, 32, was arrested for domestic violence and felonious assault and was taken to jail, where he remains on a $60,000 bond.