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Memphis man accused of biting, stabbing, and burning girlfriend in hotel room

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (TCD) — A 27-year-old man faces charges for allegedly burning, stabbing, and further injuring his girlfriend in a hotel room over the weekend.

According to WREG-TV, Kameron Marshall allegedly attacked his girlfriend at the Economy Inn in the city’s Parkway village neighborhood Sunday, March 13, at approximately 3 a.m. Marshall allegedly accused his girlfriend, who remained unnamed, of bringing another man into the room.

WREG reports Marshall allegedly punched her in the face and bit her on the arm. According to WMC-TV, Marshall reportedly used a torch lighter to burn her face. He also allegedly cut her several times with a pocketknife. Officers who responded to the scene reportedly located two knives in the room.

WREG, which cites court records, says Marshall allegedly put a refrigerator in front of the door to prevent her from leaving. Their 1-year-old daughter was reportedly in the room at the time.

Shelby County Jail records show Marshall was booked on charges of aggravated kidnapping and aggravated assault. Bond information was not listed.

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