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    Why Bother Section

    Post  Jerry on Sat Dec 11, 2010 5:05 pm

    LIMA — An early morning video game session with one of the “Call of Duty” titles ended in real-life fisticuffs Friday. The 22-year-old man who was reportedly winning the video game ended up on the wrong side of a pair of punches that sent him to a Columbus-area hospital.

    Dennis J. Mason, of Lima, told officers at Lima Memorial Health System that he went to the Second Street house of an acquaintance, whose real name he doesn’t know, to play the simulated war game, according to a Lima Police Department report.

    “There was some kind of dispute that arose out of the video game,” said Lt. Jim Baker, of the Lima Police Department. “They said it was two punches. He does have some pretty serious injuries.”

    According to the report, Mason said his friend, known only as “Jay-Bo,” became upset because Mason was winning the game and punched him.

    In the report, the responding officer said a representative from Lima Memorial Health System called police to report that Mason had been sent to a Columbus-area hospital with a fractured eye socket and bleeding on the brain.

    Baker said detectives had not been able to update Mason’s condition since his transfer. Investigators were trying to determine to which hospital where he was sent.

    Detectives had not made an identification of the perpetrator as of Friday afternoon, Baker said.

    “I think we’re on the right track,” he said.

    [b]I'm thinking the Lima PD needs to forget this moron and the imbecile that punched him.

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