Man attacked in garage at Sugar Land Town Square
By LeaAnne Klentzman
Sugar Land Police are investigating the attack and robbery of a man after returning to his vehicle from an evening in Sugar Land Town Square.
Police spokesman Doug Adolph confirmed that a local man was transported to a nearby hospital for facial injuries after he was attacked, beaten and robbed in the Town Center parking garage. Shortly before 2:30 on the morning of April 14, a 23 year old man was attacked from behind and punched in the face as he walked to his car in the parking garage.
According to Adolph, the victim told police that he recognized his assailant from earlier in the night. That victim told police, “He was walking to the restroom and accidently bumped into the man, who pushed him in the chest and yelled a profanity.” That incident occurred hours earlier in Baker Street Pub and Grill located in Town Square. After the exchange between the two men, according to Adolph, “A bouncer spoke to the man but did not remove him from the bar.” The assault and robbery occurred later the same night.
The victim described his attacker as 6′ 2″, weighing 180-190 pounds, with a goatee mustache. Adolph said it was possible that the suspect was accompanied by two other men. They were described as possibly an Indian or Hispanic male about 5′ 10″, weighing 200 pounds, with medium length black hair and a goatee, wearing a white short-sleeve shirt and black pants. A second man described as a white male about 6′ 2″, weighing 230 pounds, brown medium length hair, and wearing a green shirt, blue jeans and glasses.
The 23-year-old victim was treated at the hospital for a broken nose and fractures to his face. Adolph said the victim notified police later that his wallet was missing.
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