St. Louis, Missouri 2021-05-30 07:45:00 –
Cape Girardeau, Missouri (AP / KMOV.com) –A man in Missouri will spend seven years in prison after pleading guilty to hitting the head of a 12-year-old street performer. It has been seen hundreds of thousands of times.
Cedric Charles Moore Jr., 27, of Cape Girardeau was charged with second-class assault and sentenced to up to seven years in prison.
Police said in a Facebook post that the July 3, 2020 night attack in downtown the city was “not completely triggered.” Video footagePhotographed by Michael “Crank” Curry, an instructor at the Fingerprint Urban Dance Studio, shows a dark-colored sport utility vehicle stopping as dancers take turns performing near a downtown intersection. I will. After that, the man gets out of the car, approaches the 12-year-old dancer from behind, hits the boy’s head and runs away.
“That was horrible,” Curry said at the time. “I was surprised.”
Curry initially wanted to track down the student assailants, but saw two other people in the car with the man and withdrew. Bar bouncer rushed to help. The boy was diagnosed with a concussion, but was discharged from the hospital.
“Currently, he is still suffering from dizziness and has a sore nose,” Curry said. “He’s just trying to rebuild himself and get back from what happened.”
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