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Teen attack injures one
01/15/2019

(KAIR)--A 15-year-old Atchison boy required hospital treatment following what police say was an unprovoked attack by another teen.

Atchison Police Chief Mike Wilson told MSC News it happened Monday morning, in the 1500 block of Riley Street. “7:40 Monday morning, we had a suspect that struck a 15-year-old male with his fists approximately 30 times on the head and face. It resulted in a broken nose and broken teeth. The parent of the victim did take the victim to a medical facility for treatment with injuries.”

Wilson said investigators have not been able to find any reason for the alleged attack. “The suspect attacked the victim without provocation, there had been no verbal argument, the victim was just attacked. It remains unclear, exactly, what prompted the suspect to attack the victim.”

The relationship between the victim and suspect isn’t immediately made public, and names aren’t yet released due to the ages involved.

Following his arrest, the 16-year-old was released to a parent.

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