Police seek suspects in connection with beating of man at Time Out


By The Telegram

By The Telegram

Garden City police are seeking assistance from the public to help identify two men allegedly involved in injuring a man at Time Out Sports Bar and Lounge.

On Aug. 21, officers responded to St. Catherine Hospital to meet with Dustin Coulter, 31, Garden City, who sustained injuries from an incident that occurred at about 10:20 p.m. that night in the parking lot of Time Out.

According to police, two men were in an altercation with a woman, when Coulter tried to intervene. The two men allegedly hit Coulter several times, took his cowboy hat and then left.

Coulter eventually was taken to Via Christi Hospital in Wichita due to the injuries to his face. As of Thursday, Via Christi had no record of Coulter and hospital officials were unable to provide any information regarding his condition or his date of release.

Police are requesting information to help identify the two men, who they believe may work in the oil field industry. Photos of the men, as well as a photo of the pickup truck they were in that night, which reportedly has Oklahoma license plates, were taken by security cameras at Time Out.

To view a photo of the pickup, visit the GCPD's website, www.gcpolice.org.

Anyone with information that will help police identify the two men can call 276-1300. Those wishing to remain anonymous can contact Crime Stoppers at 275-7807 or text GCTIP and the tip information to 847411 (Tip411).

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