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BPD: Rock thrown at woman's face

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On Sunday afternoon officers from the Billings Police Dept. responded to an altercation. It happened in the 100-block of N. 24th street. Officers arrived to find numerous people involved and a 36-year-old female with injuries to her head.

It was discovered the victims, a 36-year-old female and her 18-year-old daughter, had arrived on scene and a verbal argument with a resident of the apartment complex began, according to the Billings Police Dept.

During the verbal argument the suspect, a 36-year-old male, who's also a resident of the apartment complex, became involved and displayed a knife to the victims.  

The suspect then picked up a large rock and threw it in the face of the 36-year-old victim. The woman was transported to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.  

The suspect was arrested for three counts of assault with a weapon.  
 

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