A man has been arrested for the second time in two months, accused of beating his ex-girlfriend.
He was convicted in August of misdemeanor domestic assault and given no jail time.
This time, the woman has a lacerated liver and was hospitalized for three days.
Police say Marquilion Hogan went to her home, strangled her, punched her repeatedly, took her phone and keys, and kept her against her will for five hours.
After he left, she went out to the street, where a good samaritan saw her and took her to the hospital.
This time, he's arrested for assault likely to cause death.