Beaver Dam man accused of breaking woman’s hand
JUNEAU — A 21-year-old Beaver Dam man is accused of injuring a woman who intervened in an argument between him and his grandmother Monday.
Yadiel I. Alvarado faces a felony count of substantial battery and misdemeanor counts of bail jumping and disorderly conduct. He faces over four years in prison and a $21,000 fine if convicted.
According to the criminal complaint, Beaver Dam Police responded to the 100 block of Judson Drive on Monday at 8:30 p.m. for the report that a man had assaulted a woman outside of an apartment complex.
A 56-year-old woman said she was in the hallway in the apartment complex and could hear verbal fight between Alvarado and his grandmother. The grandmother asked for Alvarado to leave and the woman told authorities that she also told him to leave.
Alvarado allegedly pushed the 56-yea-old woman and caused her to fall over when he left the apartment.
The woman went to Beaver Dam Community Hospital Emergency Room and was found to have a broken hand.
Alvarado was placed on a $400 cash bond at his initial hearing on Wednesday by Dodge County Circuit Court Commissioner Steven Seim, who ordered Alvarado to have no contact with the victims in the case.
Alvarado’s preliminary hearing is scheduled for June 26.