Disturbing moment party crashers attack a teenage boy: Group of adults and juveniles kick and stomp boy causing ‘serious physical injury’ at underage Halloween party
- A group of adults and juveniles attacked an unidentified teenage male at a Halloween party on November 1 around 2.30am
- The young male sustained ‘serious physical injury’ police reported
- The Sheriff’s Office has since caught the attackers, but have not released their names to the public
- It is unclear how the victim, who sustained major injuries, and the attackers are related
The Jackson County Sheriff Office in Lees Summit, Missouri – roughly 25 miles from Kansas City – released cell phone footage of a fight that happened at a Halloween party Monday.
A teenage boy was attacked by ‘several juveniles and adults’ at 2.30am on November 1 and sustained ‘serious physical injury,’ according to police.
An unidentified juvenile male wearing a black t-shirt was attacked at a Halloween party on November 1 around 2.30am in Lees Summits, Missouri, around 25 miles away from Kansas City
Jackson County Sheriff’s Office reported that a group of juveniles and adults attacked the teen. They punched and kicked the young man, who fell off the curb and hit his head during the assault. He did not appear to move after falling to the ground
He was attacked after several people showed up uninvited to the party and began kicking and hitting the boy.
A group of four or five people can be seen pushing the teen, in a black t-shirt with white lettering on the back, toward the street.
The boy slipped over the curb before falling backward, smacking his head into the pavement.
He does not appear to move after sustaining the head injury.
One attacked grabbed the victim (pictured in all black and Nike tennis shoes) and throw a punch at him
The group surrounded him during the assault. The attackers have since been identified by police, who have not released their names
The group descends on him, throwing several kicks toward his head and body.
It is unclear what started the fight.
The Sheriff’s Office said the juveniles involved were ‘from the Blue Springs area and attend the Blue Springs School District.’
Police have since identified the attackers but have not released their names, nor their relationship to the victim.
DailyMail.com has contacted the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.