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Columbus Man To Stand Trial As Habitual Criminal

Posted: 28 January, 2013

Columbus (AP) - A 28-year-old Columbus man accused of kicking his girlfriend’s 4-year-old son when the boy opened some gifts before Christmas will stand trial as a habitual criminal. Nathan Brokaw is set to stand trial on April 1 on charges of felony child abuse and being a habitual criminal for previous drug, theft and burglary convictions. Last month, a day care operator contacted police when the boy showed up with injuries to the left side of his face and to his neck. An affidavit says the boy told a Columbus Police officer that he’d been kicked by Brokaw when his mother wasn’t in the room.



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