BATH, Maine — A Brunswick man was arrested early Wednesday morning on Washington Street in Bath after allegedly stabbing a 35-year-old Bowdoinham man during a fight.

Jacob Davis, 25, was charged with Class B felony aggravated assault, according to Bath Police Lt. Robert Savary.

Officers went to Washington Street apartment just after 11 p.m. Tuesday after receiving reports of a disturbance and saw broken glass and plates on the floor, Savary said in a release. No one at the apartment would explain and officers left after warning them to quiet down.

Less than an hour later, police went to Mid Coast Hospital in Brunswick after staff alerted them that a man had sought treatment for a stab wound he said Davis inflicted at the Washington Street apartment.

The man suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries, Savary said.

Police returned to the apartment and after interviewing witnesses, arrested Davis as well as Donald Newton, 45, who was charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing government administration after he allegedly interfered with the arrest of Davis.

Both men are scheduled to appear in West Bath District Court on Dec. 20. Davis remained at Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset on Wednesday on $2,500 bail. Newton also remained at the jail in lieu of $1,000 bail, Savary said.