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More details released following weekend beating, vehicle theft in Wichita Co.

Calvin Lee Justus (Source: WCSO) Calvin Lee Justus (Source: WCSO)
WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

An arrest affidavit is providing new details about the beating of a man over the weekend.

According to arrest documents, on Saturday, the victim was assaulted by Calvin Lee Justus, 21, without provocation.

The victim said he has known Justus for three or four years. On Saturday, August 5, the victim said the two of them were riding around in the victim's vehicle.

The pair ended up on FM 1177 and they stopped so Justus could use the bathroom on the side of the road.

The victim got out of the car and was also using the bathroom on the side of the road. During that time the victim said Justus grabbed him around the neck and choked him until he was unconscious.

When the victim regained consciousness he said Justus was assaulting him. The victim said Justus began yelling for the victim to give him his wallet and money or Justus would kill him.

The victim said he gave Justus everything he had, including his cell phone. While lying on the ground the victims said Justus said 'if you tell anyone what happened or who I am, I will kill you.' 

The victim said he began to crawl away because he just wanted to live when he felt as great weight on his body.

That is when he said he realized that Justus ran him over while leaving the scene. 

The victim suffered multiple lacerations to his arms, a broken leg, a punctured lung, bruised hear and several other serious injuries.

Justus was arrested and charged with Aggravated Robbery on Sunday. 

He is sitting in the Wichita County Jail on a $750,000 bond.

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