UPDATE: Police say two men in Michigan have been charged in the Oct. 10 assault of a bowling alley employee that included a bowling ball being smashed on the victim’s head.
Branden Moore and Quinton Kisor, both 31, were both charged with felony assault, WXYZ reported. Kisor, who is accused of hitting the victim with a bowling ball, also faces an assault with a deadly weapon charge.
WXYZ reported that the victim has been released from the hospital and has returned home to recover from his injuries.
Read the original report below.
Police are seeking several suspects involved in the assault of an employee at a bowling alley in Michigan.
According to the post of the Roseville Police Department's Facebook page, the incident took place late Wednesday night at Apollo Lanes in Roseville. When an employee asked an unruly group that was causing a disturbance to leave, the suspects instead surrounded the man, who was positioned behind a counter, police said.
The attack was caught on surveillance video, which Roseville police posted on its Facebook page.
As one suspect reached over the counter and punched the employee in the face, a second suspect stepped behind the counter, police said. He physically assaulted the employee while the first suspect also came behind the counter and proceeded to strike the employee in the head with a stool and a bowling ball, police said. As the employee fell to the ground, both suspects struck him and kicked him in the head, police said.
The victim, a 28-year-old Roseville resident, was transported to the hospital for treatment, police said.
The second suspect has been identified by authorities.
Anyone with information should contact Detective Scicluna of the Roseville Police Department at 586-447-4510 or 586-447-4484.
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