Troopers Charge Man With Baseball Bat Attack In Riverside - 27 East

Troopers Charge Man With Baseball Bat Attack In Riverside

author on Oct 23, 2011
A man was arrested in Riverside on Saturday night after State Troopers said he struck another man with a baseball bat, putting him in the hospital.

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