A Fort Dodge man was ordered held on bond Thursday after making his initial appearance on a number of assault charges.
Logan E. Warland, 23, of Fort Dodge, had his bond set at $27,000 on the charges relating to the assault incidents.
He was also ordered held without bond on a parole violation warrant.
Warland is accused of assaulting a woman on four separate occasions dating back to June.
In the June 30 incident, Warland allegedly threw a cup at the woman, which "caused permanent disfigurement to her face," according to the criminal complaint filed with the Webster County attorney's office. He's also accused of breaking the woman's collarbone by throwing her against a door during an assault on July 5.
On Aug. 13, Warland allegedly put a gun against the woman's forehead, and on Monday he allegedly took the woman from Ankeny and held her against her will at a home in Fort Dodge.
In all, Warland has been charged with false imprisonment, possession of a firearm as a felon, two counts of domestic assault causing bodily injury, two counts of assault causing serious injury and two counts of domestic assault while displaying a dangerous weapon
Detectives began investigating the case after receiving information about Warland's possible involvement in the assaults on Tuesday. After investigating through the night, Warland was charged in the cases.
Warland's preliminary hearing is set for Sept. 6.