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$25,000 bond for man arrested in Christmas Eve bar stabbing

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SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) -

The man arrested after a Christmas Eve bar stabbing appeared in court Thursday.

Police say a bar fight broke out around midnight Christmas Eve at the Montgomery Towne Tavern, during which a bouncer was stabbed.

At the time, deputies said the bouncer was trying to break up a fight at the time of the stabbing.

Charles Williams was taken into custody after the altercation. Deputies said the suspect resisted arrest and suffered a cut to his head.

The bouncer and suspect were both taken to Bethesda North Hospital for their injuries.

Williams, charged with felonious assault, appeared in court Thursday with a cut on his head and heavy bruising under his right eye. The judge issued a $25,000 bond as well as a "stay away" order.

Williams is expected back in court Jan. 3.

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