ELWOOD, Ind. —
When police questioned doctors at St. Vincent Hospital, where the woman was treated, they learned the attacks could have caused deadly damage to her spleen or liver. That information, in part, motivated authorities to upgrade the charges against Aldridge.
Aldridge has previous felony convictions, including a guilty plea to possession of methamphetamine for an incident in 2011. Aldridge had served in-home detention and was on probation when he was arrested July 20. He faces charges of criminal recklessness and violation of probation, as well.
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