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Man arrested in connection to Marshall apartment burglary

Willie Davis, 55 (Source: Marshall Police Department) Willie Davis, 55 (Source: Marshall Police Department)
MARSHALL, TX (KSLA) -

A Marshall man has been charged with burglary after he allegedly broke into an apartment and assaulted a woman.

Willie Davis, 55, was booked into the Harrison County Jail where he is charged with burglary and interfering with an emergency call.

It happened around 6 a.m. on Friday morning at Belaire Manor apartments in the 1400 block of Julie Street in Marshall, according to a news release.

Upon arrival, officers spotted a window air condition unit had been removed from a window and was ajar.

Officers could hear screams coming from inside. When police got into the unit, they saw Davis assaulting a woman. He was quickly taken into custody.

The victim was treated at the scene for minor injuries.

Davis' bond is set at $33,000. 

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