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Injury to A Child Arrest

A Texoma man is behind bars after injuring a 12-year old.

Wichita Falls police officers say 23-year old Sergio Miguel Ramirez is charged with an injury to a child after a 12-year old boy showed up to school with facial injuries.

The child told police that Ramirez hit him repeatedly with both an open hand and a closed fist to his head, face and back.

The child also told authorities Ramirez sat on his back and hit his buttocks with a closed fist and belt.

An examination by a doctor revealed extensive bruising on the child’s buttock and upper right leg.

Ramirez’s bond is set at $200,000. 
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