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An unidentified man who was hit with a hammer twice on the head during an argument at a North Memphis rooming house, says he didn’t even feel the hurt when it first happened. The victim said:
“It didn’t even hurt at first. I didn’t even know I was getting hit until I seen the blood.”
According to the victim, he was arguing with the alleged hammer wielder, Timothy McClung, Sunday night. However, he failed to disclose the nature of the argument. The police said they were told by McClung that the victim had been hitting on his girlfriend before he allegedly hit the victim with the hammer. The victim said:
“My back was turned. If I’d have seen him with a hammer, I’d have got the hell out of there.”
Instead, he was lucky enough to turn around on time to prevent a third blow.
“I’m having to hold this [expletive]’s hand because he trying to kill me with a hammer and I’m holding the hand. I’m holding on for dear life.”
The commotion attracted fellow housemates who saw both men in a struggle. Bryant Harris said:
“The two gentlemens just wrestling and trying to have control of each other and myself and two other guys stand in the middle and pull them apart.”
McClung was held in jail for aggravated assault charge. However, the former housemates remain in shock because of the violence which they saw. Harris said:
“Right here, we pretty much don’t have that many problems…things come up, but it doesn’t get that far out of hand.”
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