Man gets year in jail after bowling alley attack caught on camera

One of the men involved in a vicious attack at a bowling alley in Roseville was sentencing Tueday. The brutal beating was caught on camera last October and the surveillance video helped lead police to the suspects.

Quinton Kisor was sentenced to one year in jail, with credit for time served, and two years' probation after entering a guilty plea. He must also participate in an anger management program. 

Kisor apologized in court and said he's ready to put this behind him. 

The attack was on a bowling alley employee at Apollo Lanes on Gratiot. The employee was attacked by two customers after he told an unruly group they had to leave. 

In the video, the suspects are seen using their fists, a stool and even a bowling ball to attack the employee. Police say Kisor is the one who threw the bowling ball.

Kisor pleaded guilty in Macomb County Circuit Court to one count of assault with intent to do great bodily harm, and assault with a dangerous weapon. A deal was reached for a cap on the sentence of one year in jail. 

A second man involved has not yet been sentenced.