Arrest Made In Upper Darby "Knockout Game" Attack - KMSP-TV

Arrest Made In Upper Darby "Knockout Game" Attack

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UPPER DARBY, Pa. -

A man sitting at a trolley stop in Drexel Hill is punched in the face, and it was all caught on camera, including the face of the assailant.

With the help of the public, police were able to identify and arrest 18-year-old Trent Epps, seen in the video striking the unsuspecting man in the face.

Police say Epps, is facing several misdemeanor charges, including simple assault, terroristic threats, recklessly endangering another person and harassment in connection with the incident.

A 58-year-old man was attacked at the Aronimink trolley stop in Drexel Hill, and the video was posted on Facebook.

Police say after the video was shown on TV they got a lot of help identifying the teen, from everyone including his own mother, which prompted the teen to turn himself in.

Epps, also from Upper Darby, is being held in jail on $100,000 cash bail.

Police say they still want to identify the other three people involved.

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