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Statesboro man arrested after assaulting woman in front yard

STATESBORO, GA (WTOC) -

Bulloch County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a scene on the 8000 block of Burkhalter Road where a man was observed holding down a female subject in the yard preparing to strike her on Sunday, July 27th at 6:30 p.m.

Larry Clark, 32, of Statesboro was taken into custody and searched by Deputy 1st Class William Sims who discovered a .380 pistol in Clark's pants pocket.

The female victim told deputies Clack stuck and choked her before pressing the pistol to her stomach he "was about to end this." This confrontation took place in front of the victim's eight year old daughter.

Clark has been transported to the the Bulloch County Jail and is charged with aggravated assault, possession of a firearm, cruelty to children, battery, obstructing a 911 call, reckless conduct, and pointing a firearm at another.

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