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Monday, 21 November 2011

Man beaten unconscious by gang in Riverside


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A 23-year-old Buffalo man was hospitalized in critical condition after he was beaten by a gang early Sunday in a Riverside neighborhood, Buffalo police reported. Roderick J. Geiger, of Leroy Avenue, was found unconscious at the scene on South Lane shortly before 2:30 a. m., Northwest District officers reported. Geiger, who suffered serious head injuries, had been stabilized by Sunday night in Erie County Medical Center. According to police reports, nine men were involved in the assault and were seen leaving the area in a car. Geiger was found to be carrying a BB gun and a small amount of marijuana, police said. Six years ago, Geiger was stabbed during a brawl across from Riverside Park in which a 16-year-old youth was killed.


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