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Man Arrested on Several Charges in Midland County

MIDLAND COUNTY, TX (KWES) -

Midland County deputies arrested a man who they say put his hands on two women and even a child.

The arrest report says Eric Patino, 28, and his common law wife were out drinking.

They got home and deputies say they got into an argument because Patino's wife would not let him see her phone.

That's when the woman claims Patino hit her in the face and began choking her.

The couple arrived at the house and the woman ran inside.

The report says Patino forced his way in, grabbed a two-year-old boy who was in the woman's arm and slammed his head into a wall.

Deputies say he hit her a few times, grabbed the woman's mother by the hair, slammed her head into a wall and shoved her into a counter.

The report says the woman's mother was holding a two-week old infant at the time.

There's no word on the condition of the toddler and if the infant was hurt.

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