A Bryan man with a history of domestic violence charges has been sentenced to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to assault-family violence, officials said.

According to the Brazos County District Attorney’s Office, Keshawn Dewhon Wells, 30, pleaded guilty Wednesday to assault family violence with a previous conviction, as well as continuous violations of bonds in a family violence case.

Authorities said Wells had been convicted of assaulting an ex-girlfriend in 2016. He assaulted a different woman in April 2017, authorities said. After his arrest, he was told a condition of his bond was to not contact the victim, but he repeatedly violated the condition by showing up at her home and at one point beating a person who was trying to protect her, police said.

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