A man has been charged with assault after two women were ‘attacked’ at a Birmingham address.
West Midlands say Chad Pulisciano is alleged to have attacked the pair, both aged in their 40s, at a property in Small Heath in July.
One woman suffered a broken hand, fractured arm and head injuries, and the other suffered cuts and nerve damage to her hand.
Following the incident, police issued a public appeal to trace Pulisciano, 29, and he was arrested at a house in Tyseley on Sunday, August 30.
He appeared before Birmingham Magistrates today, September 1, and was remanded to appear at Birmingham Crown Court on September 29.
A West Midlands Police spokesman said: “We’ve charged a man with assaulting two women after he was arrested following information we received from a public appeal to trace him.
“Chad Pulisciano is alleged to have attacked the pair, both aged in their 40s, at an address in Small Heath in July.
“One woman was taken to hospital with a fractured arm, broken hand and head injuries; while the other had cuts and nerve damage to her hand.
“The 29-year-old, of Arnold Grove, Kings Norton, was identified as a suspect and after a public appeal we received information which led us to a property in Tyseley.
“He was arrested on Sunday (August 30) and subsequently charged with two counts of causing grievous bodily harm with intent.
“He appeared before Birmingham Magistrates Court today (September 1) where he was remanded to appear at the city’s Crown Court on 29 September.”
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