Report: Spring Hill boy assaulted with pool cue, police investigating

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Spring Hill Police are investigating the reported assault of a teenage boy with a pool cue.

A 15-year-old boy was reportedly sexually assaulted by a group of Summit High School boys last Friday evening.

The group is reported to have assaulted the teenage boy with a pool cue at one of the boy's homes. That group of boys apparently told police they were just "horsing around."

According to a police report obtained by FOX 17 News, the group of four boys said they wanted to play, "Time For School," pinned the victim face down and assaulted him.

When the victim realized he was bleeding he called his mom to pick him up. The victim confided what had happened to his mom and that the bleeding and pain hadn't subsided. She immediately took him to a hospital.

Due to the significant trauma of his injury, the victim was transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center where he underwent surgery. The victim is still hospitalized and recovering from his injuries.

Spring Hill Police are working with the District Attorney's office to confirm and issue charges against the high school boys.

One boy, who lived at the home where the alleged assault took place, was interviewed and police seized the alleged assault weapon, which appeared to have blood on it. At the time the report was written, two of the three remaining boys had been interviewed.

FOX 17 News has reached out to Williamson County Schools and is waiting to hear back. This story will be updated, refresh this page for the latest.

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