Teen Robbed, Assaulted at Dacula Park

Student was waiting for his parents to pick him up when he was reportedly attacked by two males.

A Dacula High School student was reportedly robbed and beaten during an Oct. 26 incident at Dacula Park.

The teen told police he left the Dacula Library and decided to take a walk through Dacula Park while waiting for his parents to arrive. As the teen was walking on one of the trails, he was approached from behind by two male assailants. The two males repeatedly punched the teen before taking his cell phone, gold necklace and his stereo headphones.

Two witnesses had also just left the library and were walking towards their home when they saw the two assailants punching the teen. According to the witnesses, the two assailants quickly left the area on foot.

The witnesses helped the teen back to the library and called police and the teen’s parents.

According to the police report, the teen’s eyes were swollen and he was bleeding from the nose and mouth. The teen indicated his parents would be taking him to the hospital for medical evaluation.

The case is listed as active.

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