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Man Charged In Madison County Assault Case

David J. Hopkins, 48
David J. Hopkins, 48
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Updated: 5/04/2012 11:30 am
Richmond police have charged David J. Hopkins, 48, of Jason Drive in Richmond, for assault in connection with a domestic altercation that occurred on the previous date.

Police say on Wednesday, an officer was dispatched to the Pattie A. Clay emergency room to investigate a reported assault.  Upon arrival, the officer met with the female victim, who reported that Hopkins had assaulted her following an argument earlier in the day. 

During the assault, police say Hopkins twisted the victim’s arm in such a manner to cause both bones in the arm to be broken. 

Hopkins was taken into custody and is at the Madison County Detention Center. He is charged with second degree assault.



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