Two Kansas City men have been charged in the beating of a man who was left seriously injured outside a restaurant on the Country Club Plaza last month.
Jackson County prosecutors announced the charges Friday against Antonio D. Stuckey, 26, and Raymond P. Robinson, 30, accused in the Sept. 19 attack. Prosecutors said that after Robinson knocked the victim out, a group of men with him stomped on the man.
Stuckey and Robinson each face charges of first-degree and second-degree assault.
Prosecutors say the victim bumped into Robinson inside the restaurant’s bar area.
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Robinson allegedly left the bar and later confronted the victim outside, where he hit the man and knocked him out.
While the man was on the ground, other men with Robinson, including Stuckey, allegedly stomped on the man with their boots. A second victim was also punched.
Prosecutors said Stuckey’s credit card was used in the restaurant.
Prosecutors requested a bond of $125,000 for Robinson and $100,000 for Stuckey.
Ian Cummings, email@example.com