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Dylan Pierce missed the bus last Tuesday after class dismissed at Iroquois High School. “I was walking home and they stopped in front of me and I walked past them,” Dylan Pierce said. He called his grandmother, Gail Pierce. “He said, ‘Granny, pick me up,’” Gail Pierce recalled.”And I said, ‘Where you at?’” But that call was suddenly disconnected. “They punched me in the face and it flew out of my hand,” Dylan Pierce said.”They took my glasses after they punched me and took the lenses out of them and crumbled them up in their hands.” The 14-year-old says there were five attackers –all boys — and believes they all attend Iroquois High School — but he only recognized one, and doesn’t even know his last name. “Had you had any issues at school?” asked WDRB’s Gil Corsey.”Did you like the same girl? continue reading thisDo you have any idea why this happened to you?” “I guess robbery, because they said give them my shoes and my phone or they was going to killme,” Dylan Pierce said. But Belinda Harshfield, a good samaritan, was nearby, andhad seen enough. “I saw him hit him in his mouth,” Harshfield said.”I saw him hit him in his jaw and I saw him hit him in his ear.” The home healthcare nurse flipped a u-turn in the middle of Taylor Boulevard. “I pulled up into the grass of the churchyard like a crazy woman,” Harshfield said. She rushed to Pierce’s rescue, bat in hand. “I rolled my window down andI said, ‘Just jump in the car!’”Harshfield said. “I wasn’t going to hit nobody,” she added, referencing the bat. “But I just wanted them to know they can’t just pick on people the way they are because bullying is ridiculous.” The group got away. The incident happened minutes after the bell, justfeet from the school, but JCPS says since it happened off-campus,it’s a police matter. “I haven’t heard from police or the school,” Gail Pierce said.”They never called to check on him.
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