Second man in bowling alley attack faces sentencing

A second man involved in a brutal attack at a Roseville bowling alley was sentenced to jail time Tuesday. 

An employee at Apollo Lanes on Gratiot was attacked by an unruly group of guests last October after he told them they had to leave. The attack was caught on camera. 

In the video, the suspects are seen using their fists, a stool and even a bowling ball to attack the employee. 

Prosecutors say Quinton Kisor and Branden Moore were involved. Moore was sentenced Tuesday to nine months in jail and two years' probation. He was also ordered to pay court costs. 

The second defendant, Kisor, was the one who threw the bowling ball, and has already been sentenced to one year in jail. 

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.