A former Minot State University quarterback is set to face trial Tuesday on an aggravated assault charge and other counts stemming from an incident at the state fairgrounds last year.

The Minot Daily News reports 22-year-old Bradley Hunt, of Burbank, California, is charged with aggravated assault, simple assault and refusing to halt.

Authorities accuse Hunt of striking Matthew Lohman during an altercation at the North Dakota State Fair Flickertail Gardens on July 24, 2015. Court records show Hunt cause Lohman to fall and hit his head on the concrete floor. Authorities say Hunt also kicked in the face another man who tried to check up on Lohman after he had fallen.

Hunt was seriously injured in a car crash two days after the incident and was allowed to return to California to recover.

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