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Atchison Co Fight Sparks Investigation

(KAIR)--An investigation is launched following the report of an Atchison County fight that left an Atchison man with injuries to his face.

According to Atchison County Sheriff Jack Laurie, it happened Sunday afternoon on Ottawa Road, near the Stranger Creek Bridge.

It was there that the victim, 19-year-old Elijah Rowley, told the Sheriff's Office he was struck several times in the face by three men.

The altercation, according to Laurie, left Rowley with a laceration below the bottom of his lip.

Laurie tells MSC News exactly what led to the altercation remains unknown, and no suspect information is immediately developed, as the investigation continues.

The battery on Rowley reportedly happened around 3:45 Sunday afternoon.

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