A Pine Bluff man who has been held at the county detention center since April 18 now faces new allegations following a court hearing Thursday.

A Pine Bluff man who has been held at the county detention center since April 18 now faces new allegations following a court hearing Thursday.

Terrance Murry, 41, allegedly broke into his former wife’s residence on April 3, beat her, then stole her vehicle, Deputy Prosecutor Maxie Kizer said during a court hearing for Murry on Thursday.

Detective Bill Wiegand reported that the woman received a broken nose and lacerations to her face and her vehicle was recovered later the same day.

Kizer said Murry was being held on residential burglary, theft of property and non-support charges, and he had a prior conviction for forgery, as well as a number of misdemeanor failure to appear charges dating back to 2004.

Pine Bluff District Judge John Kearney set a $100,000 bond for Murry after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge him with second-degree domestic battery and theft of property.

Kearney ordered Murry to have no contact with the alleged victim, and to come back to court June 21.

Murry told the judge he would hire his own attorney.