MADISON, Wis. - A 19-year-old was hit with a stun gun while he was walking home from Madison College Saturday night, Madison police said.
The 19-year-old was walking home from Madison College around 10:25 p.m. near Hoffman and Anderson streets when he was approached by three teens on bikes, according to a release.
One of the teens told the 19-year-old that he looked like the "guy that shot my friend," police said. The victim tried to ignore them and continued walking, but the three teens followed him and kept asking him where the gun or money was.
According to the release, at Hoffman Street one of the teens used some type of stun gun on the victim.
The victim heard the stun gun sparking, but it didn't incapacitate him, officials said. He was not injured during the attack.
The three teens, described as 15 to 17 years old, fled on bikes shortly after the attack.
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