Warrant issued for man wanted for baseball bat attack

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An arrest warrant has been issued for a Dayton man wanted for a baseball bat attack that stemmed from a near crash outside a gas station.

Ross Kaufmann, 37, is wanted on two counts of felonious assault stemming from the attack Feb. 7.  The warrant was issued Tuesday.

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According to court records, Kaufmann is accused of hitting a man multiple times with a baseball bat, breaking his wrist and leg outside a home on Alaska Street.

The attack is reported to have happened after an argument following a near crash outside the Marathon gas station in the 200 block of Troy Street.

As the victims left the gas station, their vehicle broke down in the 700 block of Troy Street and they pushed it to the house on Alaska.

It’s there that police said Kaufmann busted out the windows of the car and attacked the victim.

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