A Vermont man is facing charges after allegedly attacking two people with a baseball bat over the weekend.
State police say troopers were called to a residence in West Pawlet just after 1:30 a.m. Saturday, where they met with victims who said they were attacked by 27-year-old John Bullock.
Bullock allegedly injured a household member and assaulted a non-household member with a baseball bat and then left the scene.
The victims were then taken to Rutland Regional Medical Center for evaluation.
Bullock was arrested on first degree aggravated domestic assault charges Sunday after being involved in an unrelated, unspecified incident.
Police say while he was in custody, it was discovered that he had violated three of his ordered pre-trial conditions from another case.
He's set to be arraigned on Monday, and it's unclear if he has an attorney for this case.