On the Clock1/9/2013
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Police were tripped to Methodist West around 3:30 p.m. on an assault that had occurred at Roosevelt High School on Jan. 2. Upon arrival they met with the victim’s mother who said her son was assaulted by an individual who is not a student at Roosevelt, she said some of her son’s friends had said the assault was gang-related, and the suspect tripped her son, causing him to fall, then jumped on top of him and punched him in his face causing his head to hit ground, which knocked him out.
HEY MAN, WATCH THE LEATHER
The victim was at the 300 block of Walnut Street on Jan. 1 leaning against a man’s car. When the man saw this, he grabbed the victim and pushed him up against a vehicle parked next to his car and then to the ground and started punching him in his face. A witness told police she saw one of the suspects with a black handgun tucked inside his waistband. In the process of getting beat up, the victim’s $3,000 camera that he had hanging around his neck was broken, and his long coat was torn. He also had blood all over his custom-made shirt and suit pants. The assault also caused damage to the nearby car.
Police were dispatched to the 2900 block of Brattleboro around 2 a.m. on Jan. 1 regarding a burglary. The caller was there with his mom when he heard the back door get broken into. He went to confront the intruder in the kitchen and discovered one male inside and two outside. He said when he grabbed the male inside, the suspect dropped a hammer. That’s when all three suspects left. CV