31-year-old given one year in jail following assault with a bowling ball
MACOMB COUNTY, Mich. (FOX 2) - A 31-year-old was sentenced to a year in jail after he attacked someone with a bowling ball.
Quinton Kisor was charged with two felonies, given one year in the Macomb County Jail and two years of probabtion after he was found guilty of assault. The incident comes after he was caught on camera attacking an employee at the Apollo Lane bowling alley in Roseville.
"I want to say sorry to the victim. I wish this had never happened," said Kisor during his sentencing.
On Oct. 10, 2018 at around 11:45 p.m., a group of patrons were asked to leave the bowling alley after an employee said they were creating a disturbance. That's when several people surrounded the bowling alley counter.
Caught on camera, it shows Kisor reach across the counter and punch the employee. After another person began assaulting the employee from behind, Kisor is then shown to pick up a bar stool and strike the employee on the head. As the assualt continues, he's then seen hitting the employee with a bowling ball.
The victim received a concussion and stitches in the back of his head.
"This was a vicious assault," said Judge Richard Caretti of the 16th Circuit Court. "The consequences could have been far worse."
Kisor must participate in an anger management program and is not allowed to have any contact with Apollo Lanes or the victim. He was given credit for the 152 days already served in jail.