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A judge ordered Tuesday that a Lexington Park man be held in St. Mary’s jail without bond on charging papers alleging he punched a former girlfriend in the face last week outside a tax-return business, cut her leg with a steak knife and took $30 from her purse.

Michael Ryan Norfolk, 23, was charged with committing a first-degree assault on Savanna Danielle Wilkinson in her car parked on Feb. 6 outside the H&R Block business on Route 235 in Lexington Park, court papers state. Wilkinson told police that Norfolk arrived and got in her car while she was inside the business, and that she was attacked when she refused to give him a ride.

Charging papers allege that Norfolk slammed the car’s driver’s-side door on Wilkinson’s leg as she tried to get out of the vehicle and get away, and that he also stole a pack of cigarettes.

Police observed a cut on Wilkinson’s jeans, a small cut underneath on her leg and a bruise on her shin from the car door, according to a charges application filed by St. Mary’s sheriff’s deputy Melissa Green.

Man accused of choking girlfriend

William Flores Trujillo, 30, of Lexington Park remained in St. Mary’s jail in lieu of $7,500 bond after a court hearing Tuesday on charging papers alleging he punched and choked a girlfriend last month at their home, and held a kitchen knife to her side.

Trujillo was charged with committing a first-degree assault on Kalyn Dziergowski during the Jan. 24 incident at the Sue Drive residence, through the investigation by sheriff’s Cpl. David Corcoran.

JOHN WHARTON