Man arrested for alleged assault on woman with cellphone charger

A man was arrested on numerous charges after he reportedly attacked a woman with a cellphone charger in the Mission on Tuesday, police said.

The 24-year-old victim and 37-year-old suspect were in the 1700 block of Bryant Street about 1:56 p.m. when the suspect reportedly grabbed the woman and told her she was going to start working for him, police said.

The woman attempted to pull herself away and the suspect is alleged to have beat her with a cellphone charger wrapped around his hand, police said.

He was identified by police as Marlon Bishop of San Francisco, Officer Albie Esparza said.

The victim reportedly had several teeth knocked out and sustained a laceration to the back of her head, police said. She was treated at a hospital.

Bishop was booked into County Jail on charges of aggravated assault, assault with a deadly weapon, kidnapping, battery, sexual battery, attempted rape with force, false imprisonment, human trafficking, stalking, mayhem with force and probation violations, Esparza said.Bay Area NewsCrimeCrime & CourtsMissionPanderingSan Francisco Police Department

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