TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY A College Station woman spent much of Sunday behind bars, accused of assaulting a Texas A&M veterinary school student who was treating her dog.
According to University Police, Janet Ann Davis had brought her animal to the Small Animal Hospital on campus Sunday. As a student was tending to the dog, police believe Davis, 47, hit the student in the face twice, causing a cut.
No reason for the alleged assault was provided by UPD Sunday.
Davis now faces a Class A misdemeanor assault charge, which carries a maximum of 180 days in jail and up to a $4,000 fine.
As of Sunday night, Davis remained in the Brazos County jail. Bond was set at $4,000.
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