Mugging victim changes location of incident

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By Josh Shepherd, News writer

A seemingly random mugging of a Cynthiana man on Friday night, March 21, may actually have been planned ahead of time, according to Harrison County Deputy Sheriff Tuan Kreer.

The sheriff’s department did not receive a report of the incident until the victim, Zachary Wells, was receiving treatment for his injuries at the emergency room of Harrison Memorial Hospital at 11:30 a.m. Saturday morning, March 22. 

According to Wells’ statement, he was attacked and robbed nearly 12 hours earlier on Sylvandell Road.

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