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Lawton man faces up to 20 years in prison

Lawton, Ok- A Lawton man faces up to twenty years in prison after allegedly assaulting a Lawton family with a baseball bat last week.  According to an affidavit, 29-year-old David Jackson Jr. attacked the family at their home, located in the 600 block of SW Jefferson Avenue.

The parents of the victim told police that Jackson had attacked their son with a baseball bat. They say before officers arrived, Jackson left their home but came back with his father.
The victim said Jackson then started beating the father in the leg with the bat.

They say that's when Jackson's father got out of the car, pointed a shotgun at them and fired off a round. There's still no word on what sparked the fight or whether Jackson's father will face any charges.

Jackson is being held on two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon.

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