Wednesday, July 05, 2000

Assault victim's condition upgraded


        Gary Kretzer, the 38-year-old Mason man who suffered head injuries after a neighborhood dispute, has been upgraded from serious to fair condition, a University Hospital nursing supervisor said Tuesday.

        Mr. Kretzer had been admitted to the hospital in critical condition following the June 3 dispute. A witness told police that Dennis Rock hit Mr. Kretzer multiple times after Mr. Kretzer complained of patrons of Mr. Rock's home business parking in front of his house.

        Mr. Rock, a 45-year-old former minor league pitcher, is charged with felonious assault. He told police he was defending himself.


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