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Police in Ames are investigating what could be a case of the “knockout game.”
The “knockout game” is where someone hits an unsuspecting victim without provocation, trying to knock that person out with one punch. Generally it’s associated with big cities like New York and Philadelphia. Now, it could be happening in Ames.
On three separate occasions on February 16th, students tell police they were approached by a black man with dreadlocks who hit them for no apparent reason. The suspect then took off in a dark colored car with at least one other person inside.
Nathan Bond, a student at ISU, had to have his jaw wired shut because it was broken in the attack.
“This car pulled up and didn’t think nothing of it and this guy jumps out with a smile on his face and I’m like, oh you know, what’s going on?” Bond…
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