A reported disturbance at a house on Granada Trail in the Watson Chapel area Thursday night resulted in the arrest of a man who reportedly injured his grandmother.

A reported disturbance at a house on Granada Trail in the Watson Chapel area Thursday night resulted in the arrest of a man who reportedly injured his grandmother.

Phillip Livingston, 23, allegedly pushed his 81-yer-old grandmother, Martha Livingston, to the floor and the woman was taken to Jefferson Regional Medical Center where she was treated for a bump on the head.

During a court hearing Friday, Deputy Prosecutor Maxie Kizer said officers were sent to the house at about midnight and were told that the man was allegedly trying to get a cell phone when the woman was injured.

Detective Billy Dixon reported that Livingston “appeared to be intoxicated” when he was questioned by police.

Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set a $10,000 bond for Livingston, who Kizer said had “three pages of mostly failures to appear,” according to a report from the Arkansas Crime Information Center.

Bridgforth also ordered Livingston to have no contact with his grandmother until the case is settled and to come back to court March 23.

Livingston said he would hire his own attorney.