Couple Attacked at Motley Crue Concert at Blossom

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Jeff Stone and his girlfriend took in the Motley Crue concert at Blossom, or at least tried to. Their visit to Cuyahoga Falls was cut short early with scary and tragic endings: After his girlfriend was bumped into by another woman, during which her entire beer spilled on herself, the girlfriend simply said, "Excuse me," according to Stone. After that, the couple was descended on by a group of people, including men, and fists started flying. Stone posted an account on his Facebook page (and was interviewed by the PD), and posted pictures of himself at Western Reserve Hospital, where he was treated for a dislocated shoulder and various facial injuries. His girlfriend, he notes, was in much worse shape, needing a CT scan and treatment for bad eye injuries. He's offering a $5,000 reward for information on the suspects. Here's his original post, which has been shared over 5,000 times.
LAST NIGHT Kristine & I were up at Blossom enjoying our first concert of the year. We were down by the Pavillion having a beer and a girl came by and slammed into Kristine, spilling her entire beer all over her. Kristine was soaked and said "excuse me". The girl and several of her friends, plus two men came out of nowhere and viciously attacked us. It was a nasty fight and one of the scariest moments I've ever experienced. I won't even show pictures of Kristine as she is completely traumatized. My shoulder was dislocated and Kristine's eye was messed up pretty badly. We were rushed to the hospital by ambulance and I had to be put under to have my shoulder put back in place. We both had X Rays And Kristine had to get a Catscan. I am offering a $5,000 REWARD FOR ANY INFORMATION leading to the arrest and conviction of the low rent cowards that jumped and beat on an innocent couple just trying to unwind and enjoy their evening. Thanks, Jeff

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