A Shock man identified as William E. Edele, 44, was "roughed up" by a group of men on 4-wheelers who chased and stopped him after he was allegedly speeding down the rural highway past several families who were celebrating Memorial Day with their families.

Edele suffered minor cuts and scratches, according to The Glenville Pathfinder. During a scuffle he went through a barbed wire fence into a brier patch.

Trooper J. E. Skidmore responded, along with other State Police officers, after a report said gunshots had been fired. Skidmore said the shots were unrelated to the speeding incident.

Arrests had not been made. "Mr. Edele doesn't want to press charges at this time...", said the Trooper. - THE GLENVILLE PATHFINDER "Published by and for Gilmer County People"

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