A man was arrested early Saturday in connection with two break-ins at 357 Memorial Parkway and the assault a man with a baseball bat at that address, police said.
Carlton Williams, 25, of 1305 Niagara St. was charged with first- and second-degree burglary, second-degree assault and criminal mischief when he was arrested at 2 a.m. at 19th Street and Walnut Avenue by Officers Ted Weed and Walter Nichols, police said.
Williams is accused of entering Christine L. Jackson's residence without permission, breaking her bedroom door and throwing her furniture around, causing more than $150 damage to her bed and desk, police said.
He also is accused of breaking into Larry B. Robinson's residence, kicking in three doors and attacking Robinson with a baseball bat, injuring his face, head and legs.
Robinson escaped by jumping out a second-floor window, police said.