According to the Oakwood man, his assailant said "You got what you deserved" before getting into the passenger seat of a "jacked up" Ford F-150 and leaving the Auburn Road restaurant.
The Oakwood man initially claimed he had never seen the male but later said his assailant was "a friend of a friend." He provided the officer with his assailant's name, but no contact information. He maintained he had no idea why the male had punched him.
The officer explained how the Oakwood man could obtain a warrant if he obtained the necessary information about his assailant.
The Oakwood man reportedly had no visible injuries and refused medical assistance.
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