St. Louis Man Accused in Baseball Bat Beating
A St. Louis man is accused of beating a man with a baseball bat while keeping him captive in his basement for more than an hour.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports 24-year-old Jasin Pasic was charged Monday with first-degree assault, armed criminal action and felonious restraint.
Court documents allege Pasic repeatedly beat the man on the head with the bat on Feb. 9 and put a lit cigarette on the victim's hand. Pasic also allegedly threatened the man and said he would kill him if he went to police.
The newspaper says the victim sustained a fractured arm that required surgery, and he has scars.
Court documents don't specify a possible motive for the alleged attack.
A message left Wednesday with Pasic's attorney, Terence Niehoff, was not immediately returned.