Sledgehammer attack shocks Utah community
Teen surrenders to police hours after brutal attack on random victims, including children and staff at a Payson daycare.
with Children roughed up and a man gravely injured. The sledgehammer was in the front yard, and that's where he had grabbed it, and that started beating him. It was a rampage. The left, a community stunned, although I do know, is that my brother was outside working on a fish tank stand, and next thing we know, he's being that Justin Curtis says the attack was brutal. He was hit on the right side of his head and on the right side of the ship because he's got a broken pelvic, a swell, and three days later, his brother remains in a critical state. What we hear from some of the minor responses gives us a lot of hope that at least there's something there they can kind of day by day. Right now, the apparently random attack has brought a wide range of uncomfortable feelings. You know, there is certainly a part of me that you would like to take a baseball bat to this kid, but I know that that's not going to solve anything. Curtis says he'd like to see the 17 year old find help in my drug and alcohol addiction. I was a lost individual help he wants received in life. It was something completely form to me, but it let me know somebody there and that I was truly, Curtis says the teen who attacked his brother must face justice. He's got to be held accountable for his actions. But he also hopes for a way forward for everyone. When the right kind of love touches you, it changes you, and all that I can do is hope that that would happen to this year.