The man accused of assaulting a Walmart employee in Bazetta Township appeared in court Wednesday morning as police released surveillance video of the attack.

Twenty-seven-year-old Omar Williams had a preliminary in central court on charges of felonious assault, motor vehicle theft, domestic violence and disrupting public service.

Williams waived his right to a preliminary hearing and his case will be bound over to the Trumbull County Grand Jury.

The charges against him stem from an incident where Williams allegedly pushed an employee into a metal display rack, causing serious injuries.

The incident happened on May 17th around 7:30 a.m. The incident began as a domestic issue between Williams and his girlfriend in the parking lot.

Reports said Williams had been slapping and choking his girlfriend before she went into Walmart to find someone to the police.

A female store employee was helping the victim when Williams allegedly ran after them and pushed her about 10 feet into a floor display.

The female employee suffered a number of injuries including a broken neck in three places and a lacerated liver.

EMTs transported the woman to the hospital where she is recovering.

Surveillance video showed another employee being stiff-armed into a shelf by Williams as he ran after his girlfriend.

Williams then left in his girlfriend's car before Warren Township Police were able to catch up and arrest him.

He is being held in the Trumbull County Jail on a $300,000 bond.