2nd man charged in Roseville bowling ball attack

Charles E. Ramirez
The Detroit News

The final suspect in a violent attack at a Roseville bowling alley that ended with an employee being struck by a bowling ball has been formally charged in connection with the crime, officials said Wednesday.

Quinton Kisor, 31, of Detroit, has been arraigned in 39th District Court in Roseville on a charge of assault with intent to do great bodily harm and a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon, according to authorities. 

A judge ordered Kisor held on a $250,000 bond and scheduled his next court appearance for Nov. 21.

If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison on the assault with intent to do great bodily harm charge, a felony, and up to four years for the dangerous weapon charge.

Roseville police said Kisor is currently being held in prison in Jackson for unrelated charges.

He has a criminal record that includes a felony weapons conviction and a conviction for drug charges, according to the Michigan Department of Corrections. 

Kisor and another man are accused of assaulting a worker at the Apollo Lanes bowling alley on Gratiot near 12 Mile at 11:45 p.m. on Oct. 10. The brutal attack was captured by the business' security surveillance system.

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Police said a group of people were bowling at the business when it became unruly and created a disturbance.

One of the bowling alley's employees asked the group to leave, they said. Several members of the group surrounded the counter where the employee was standing, according to police.

One of the men in the group reached over the counter and punched the employee in the face, officials said. Another man in the group stepped behind the counter and punched and kicked the worker in the face and on his body, they said.

The first assailant walked behind the counter and struck the worker with a bar stool on the head, according to authorities. He then picked up a bowling ball and struck the worker, a 28-year-old Roseville man, on the back of the head, police said.

The worker was taken to a hospital.

A few days later, police said they arrested two suspects in the attack.

Read more: 2 arrested in Roseville bowling ball attack

Branden Moore, 31, of Clinton Township was arraigned on charges of of assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder and interfering with a crime report — committing a crime/threatening to kill or injure, both 10-year felonies.

Mugshot of Branden Moore, 31, of Clinton Township, who has been arraigned in the Apollo Lanes attack. He was charged in 39th District Court on two counts: assault with Intent to do Great Bodily Harm Less than Murder, a 10-year felony; and interfering with Crime Report Ð Committing Crime / Threatening to Kill or Injure, also a 10-year felony. Bond was set at $250,000.


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