The co-owner of a College Park, Georgia carrier was robbed at gunpoint and severely beaten last week.
The incident occurred at approximately 4:00 am on March 11. According to the Clayton News Daily, police believe David Mason Stark, 29, and Frederick Todd Anderson, 24, entered J&D Trucking and confronted the company’s co-owner Paul Moser, 68, and demanded his wallet.
In the process, the men assaulted Moser.
The men then forced Moser into a red 2005 Buick Enclave and drove him to an ATM.
According to the police report, the men then dumped Moser off in a residential area. Police and an ambulance were called to the scene and transported Moser to the hospital.
He suffered multiple facial fractures and will require surgery to repair and restore vision to his left eye.
According to court records, video surveillance taken at an area Chevron showed a red 2005 Buick Enclave backed into a parking spot. The camera was able to capture a shot of the car’s license plate. The footage shows a man exiting the vehicle and attempting to use Moser’s ATM card.
On Friday, police arrested Stark and Anderson, but affidavits show police are looking for three other possible accomplices.
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