A North Webster man arrested Aug. 29 on a domestic battery charge is accused of beating his girlfriend again within a week of the incident.

A warrant for his arrest was issued Wednesday for the second incident that allegedly occurred Sept. 4. A no-contact order also was issued against him Wednesday.

Bobby Grant Fillmore was arrested and booked into the Kosciusko County Jail on Aug. 29 for domestic battery in the presence of a child under 16 and battery.

Court documents filed Sept. 11 list the charges against him in that incident as domestic battery with a child under 16 present, a level 6 felony; domestic battery, a Class A misdemeanor; criminal mischief, a Class A misdemeanor; and battery, a Class B misdemeanor.

Court documents filed Wednesday list the charges against him in the Sept. 4 incident as domestic battery with a child under 16 present, a level 6 felony; and domestic battery, a Class A misdemeanor. Bond was set at $15,000 surety and $750 cash.

The probable cause affidavit filed for the Aug. 29 incident states that on that date North Webster Police officer David May responded to a report of a fight at 5583 N. CR 825E, North Webster. A hang-up 911 call came from that residence earlier in the evening.

When May arrived, he talked to a man who said Fillmore tried to pull him out of a pickup truck and hit him on the right shoulder.

A witness verified the male victim’s account.

Also at the home was Fillmore’s girlfriend. When May asked her about the 911 hang-up call, she said that earlier in the evening Fillmore threw her on the kitchen floor and hit her several times. May photographed the woman’s injuries, which included scratches on her arm, bruises on her ribs, and several lumps on the back of her head.

She said Fillmore took her cell phone from her to prevent her from calling 911.

A child under the age of 16 was present when Fillmore allegedly hit the woman.

May talked with the witness who said he believed Fillmore damaged the right rear passenger side of his 1985 Pontiac Fierro. The woman said she saw Fillmore walk up to the witness’s vehicle and kick it on the right rear passenger side. May saw and photographed a 12- to 18-inch crack on the Fierro.

On Sept. 4, NWPD officer Daniel Buell responded to a domestic battery complaint involving the same woman who alleged Fillmore pushed her to the ground, kicked her and punched her in the face. Buell photographed the victim’s injuries on her face and arms.

A witness told Buell she called 911 after seeing Fillmore hitting the victim repeatedly.

A child under 16 years old was present when Fillmore was allegedly hitting and kicking the victim.