• Jacksonville man knocked victim unconscious with pole over $7, JSO says


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    A Jacksonville man picked up a pole during a fight and struck another man with it, severely cutting the man's head, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said in a report.

    Tony Salley, 34, was charged with aggravated battery after he confronted another man over an alleged $7 debt. The two fought, and Salley picked up a pole and swung it like a bat, striking the victim in the face and knocking him out, JSO said. 

    The victim was hit two or three times, and Salley then rode away on a bike, the report said.

    Salley was arrested and charged with aggravated battery that caused great bodily harm, a felony. 

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