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Iron Horse Assuault Behind SRVHS- young father brutally attacked

Original post made by Concerned , Danville, on Sep 21, 2015

DANVILLE RESIDENTS: These are the streets we grew up on and never had a care in the world as our town is a safe haven. Last night that comfort and love I have for this town was forever changed. Around midnight last night 9/19/15 someone extremely close to me was riding his bike home from downtown. A father of 3 and a loving husband and family man to all. He was violently assaulted and left beaten, bloodied and unconscious in the dark on the Iron Horse trail behind San Ramon Valley High. The assailants were relentless in their attacks and beat him so long the that they were still there when the police arrived. Attackers are believed to be 5-6 teenage boys one of which is in custody. PLEASE PLEASE if you have heard anything or were witness to this horrific crime please reach out to the Danville PD ASAP to ensure these bastards are locked up!!!!! Prayers for a safe recovery are beyond appreciated... I'm disgusted, heartbroken, and scared to death that there are humans out there capable of harming another in such an unprovoked and violent way!!!!!
#Danville

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Posted by Derek
a resident of Danville
on Sep 21, 2015 at 10:58 am

Wow, very sorry to hear about this, and I am a bit flabbergasted that you posted this before our little online "paper" here caught the story.

If they were still present when the cops showed up, I wonder why there is only one of the assailants in custody? Let us know if you hear more. This event would not be good at any location, but behind the high school... that's even more scary.


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