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July 12, 2018






DAILYKENN.com -- "Parker said he's not mad at his attacker. He said he wishes the suspect didn't punch him, but believes the man must have had a reason to do it."


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"I opened the door [of the register] to get change and he started reaching for the money and grabbing money out of the register," said Parker.

But Parker wasn't going to let him get away that easy, "I reached across the counter and grabbed a hold of his shirt and tried to pull him over the counter," said Parker. "That didn't work because he's bigger than me."

In security camera footage you can clearly see the suspect has a weight and height advantage against 61-year-old Parker, but it didn't stop the suspect from punching Parker in the head 6 times.

Parker said the punches broke a bone on his head near his eye. He was taken to the Mission Hospital to get treated for his injuries.

Instead of taking more time off, like his boss recommended, Parker was back to work just two days later. "I was fine. Still a little sore, but I was fine," said Parker.

Parker said he's not mad at his attacker. He said he wishes the suspect didn't punch him, but believes the man must have had a reason to do it.

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