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Old 10-13-2018, 05:41 AM
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Video shows men violently beating Roseville bowling alley employee with fists, stool, bowling ball
Police say men attacked employee after being asked to leave

Updated: 3:50 PM, October 12, 2018



ROSEVILLE, Mich. - Video from inside a Roseville bowling alley shows two men violently attacking an employee after they were asked to leave, according to police.

The men were part of a group that was bowling at Apollo Lanes, on Gratiot Avenue in Roseville, around 11:45 p.m. Wednesday, police said.

While they were bowling, the group became unruly and started causing a disturbance, officials said. They were asked to leave by a 28-year-old Roseville man who works at the bowling alley, police said.

Several members of the group surrounded the bowling counter where the employee was standing, officials said. One man reached over the counter and punched the employee in the face while a second man stepped behind the counter and began to violently beat the employee, according to authorities.

The first man picked up a bar stool during the fight and struck the employee on the head, police said. He then picked up a blue bowling ball and smashed the employee on the back of the head, according to officials.

The second man punched and kicked the employee in the face and body, police said.

When the employee fell to the ground, video shows the men continuing to kick him in the head.


Police said the men left the bowling alley after the fight.

The employee was taken to a hospital for treatment.

The second man is in his early 20s and has been identified by detectives.

Police said the first man is in his early 20s and weighs about 200 pounds. He was wearing a black baseball cap, a white T-shirt, a black, short-sleeved button-up shirt and black pants. He had a close-shaved beard and tattoos on his arms, police said.

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Old 10-16-2018, 04:27 AM
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2 arrested in Roseville bowling ball attack
Updated 5:57 p.m. ET Oct. 15, 2018



Two people have been arrested in connection with an incident in which a bowling alley employee was struck on the head with a bowling ball
, Roseville police said Monday.

Branden Moore, 31, of Clinton Township was arraigned in 39th District Court on single counts of assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder and interfering with a crime report committing a crime/threatening to kill or injure, both 10-year felonies.

A second person also is in custody and awaiting arraignment, police said.
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Roseville bowling alley employee speaking out after violent assault
2 men facing charges in connection with assault
Updated: 11:14 PM, October 24, 2018



ROSEVILLE, Mich. - What was supposed to be a special day turned into a birthday one man will never forget -- for all the wrong reasons.

Andy Rosenmayer, 28, was attacked while working in a Roseville bowling alley is speaking out for the first time since he was brutally attacked by two customers.

Video from inside the bowling alley shows two men violently attack him after they were asked to leave, according to police. It happened at Apollo Lanes, on Gratiot Avenue in Roseville on Oct. 10.

Rosenmayer needed seven staples to his head after the group used near deadly force to attack him by picking up a 10-pound bowling ball and throwing it at his head.

"It's cold, heartless, it's a different mindset to even do something like that," he said.

During the assault Rosenmayer tried to defend himself. He knew the bowling balls were in reach.

"I thought about a bowling ball, and thought that was too much," he said.

Rosenmayer said the group of friends were in the bowling alley for a last hurrah.

"They were all celebrating. One of their friends was going to jail for five years the next day. They were doing things that were out of line, I thought they were sneaking liquor in," he said. "I was asking them to leave, saying, 'you guys gotta go,' and six came up asking for a refund for their games."

Rosenmayer said one of the guys started recording on his phone.

"I told him not to record me with his phone. I swatted it away and the guy started punching me," he said. "They did leave me laying from the ground, bleeding from my head."



Since the attack two men have been arrested.
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Man gets year in jail, probation in bowling ball assault
Updated 3:04 p.m. ET March 19, 2019



Mount Clemens A Detroit man charged with assaulting a Roseville bowling alley employee last October with a 10-pound bowling ball was sentenced Tuesday to one year in jail and two years of probation.

Quinton Kisor, 31
, was charged with assault with intent to do great bodily harm and assault with a dangerous weapon in the Oct. 10 incident at Apollo Lanes on Gratiot.

The charges are felonies that can carry up to 10 years in prison, but Kisor pleaded guilty as charged under an agreement in which he would receive a maximum sentence of 12 months in the county jail.

Sentencing guidelines under the Cobbs agreement called for 10 months to 34 months incarceration.

Before he was sentenced, Kisor apologized to the victim and the court.

I wish this had never happened, he said.
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