NORMAN — State Rep. Bobby Cleveland plans on introducing a bill during the upcoming legislative session that would increase penalties for an unprovoked battery of a person to a minimum of 10 years in prison.
Cleveland said kids are attacking people in an attempt to knock them out as part of a game. Victims include men, women and the elderly. Cleveland wants to send a message that violence is unacceptable.
— Transcript Staff
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