GLENS FALLS — A Hudson Falls man was jailed on two felony charges Tuesday after he allegedly damaged property at a woman's home in Glens Falls, police said.

Michael B. Williams, 29, was arrested in connection with a disturbance at a home on McDonald Street, according to Glens Falls Police.

He was accused of causing several hundred dollars worth of damage to furniture and fixtures in the victim's apartment, police said.

Williams was charged with felony counts of aggravated family offense and criminal mischief, arraigned and sent to Warren County Jail for lack of bail. He has a prior felony conviction from a 2014 domestic abuse arrest in Queensbury, prior media reports show.

Glens Falls Police Officer Nate Cross made the arrest.