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Lawton bowling alley worker beaten

LAWTON Okla_ A beating outside a Lawton bowling alley worker left one its employees seriously injured. 

Officers were called to the Hog Pin Bowling Alley at 31st and Cache Road just after midnight Monday morning. They found Vernon Peteet lying unconscious in the parking lot. Co-workers say he was beaten after he asked a group of customers to leave the business since it was after closing time.

Police say 5 men and a woman then beat him up. Peteet was found lying in a pool of blood. He was taken to the hospital, but he has since been released.

Police are still looking for the suspects; they say they were last seen taking off in a red GMC Yukon.

 

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