Police said an Austin man used his car to pin someone to their vehicle, causing their leg to be amputated.

Rogelio Berrones-Campos, 28, was arrested early Sunday morning and charged with aggravated assault with a motor vehicle, a second-degree felony.

The arrest occurred after Austin police responded to a report of a brawl and car crash outside a club around 2:20 a.m. When they arrived, they found a man on the ground with his right leg partially amputated below the knee.

Witness told police that two groups of women had been fighting, possibly over broken beer bottles under and around the tires of one their vehicles, according to an arrest affidavit of the incident.

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When men who accompanied the women attempted to break up the fight, they also ended up getting into a brawl, police said.

Eventually, the fight ended and both parties went to their vehicles.

Police said Berrones-Campos got inside a car, a white Chevrolet Tahoe, and rammed into the vehicle the other group of brawlers had entered.

After crashing into their front bumper, Berrones-Camposthana also crashed into their back bumper, police said.

As victims began exiting the damaged car, Berrones-Camposthana began "driving circles at a high rate of speed" around their car to strike the occupants, the affidavit detailed.

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Police said that during one of Berrones-Camposthana's passes, a man was struck and pinned to the vehicle he was attempting to exit, almost completely amputating his lower right leg.

The victim was rushed to the hospital and doctors amputated his leg four inches below the knee, according to authorities.

Witnesses told police that Berrones-Camposthana, the only person inside the white Tahoe, was the driver. He was arrested and taken to the Travis County Jail on a $60,000 bond.

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