Man breaks into Ann Arbor apartment, beats his ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend
A man was arrested Sunday after he broke into the apartment of his ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend and proceeded to punch him and ram his head into a dresser, according to police.
Ann Arbor police Lt. Renee Bush said officers responded at 8:30 a.m. Sunday to an apartment in the 300 block of Koch Avenue after a woman called to report the incident. Bush said the man went through an unlocked door and put the resident into a headlock.
According to Bush, the man was punching the resident in the face before he started ramming the resident’s head into a drawer. The resident suffered a two-inch cut above his left eye, small cuts inside his mouth and red marks above his right eye, Bush said.
The man then left the apartment and returned to his home, where he was arrested without incident.
The arrested man’s ex-girlfriend and one of the resident’s roommates witnessed the assault, according to Bush.
Bush said the man told police he was upset that his ex-girlfriend was dating someone new. The man was drunk when he was arrested, she said.