Imhotep Narcisse, 39, faces five felony charges of first-degree assault, second-degree assault, third-degree assault, first-degree robbery and second-degree theft.
According to court documents the incident occurred around 2:30 a.m. Sept. 27, when Narcisse beat up a man and stole $700 from him, outside the B and B Bar.
The man told police he inadvertently revealed he had $700 in $100 bills while offering to light a cigarette for Narcisse. The money was in the fisherman’s hand when he was attacked, court documents read.
The man told police that Narcisse and another, unidentified man repeatedly kicked him in the head, neck and torso.
The man tried to pull himself under a nearby car for cover during the struggle. After the incident he called police but left the scene. He claimed a concussion caused him to leave the scene without talking to police, the documents read.
Police located him at Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center where he was being evaluated for his injuries, which included a fractured jaw. He was later medevaced to Anchorage due to the seriousness of his injuries.
Police obtained search warrants and searched Narcisse's home where they found articles of clothing that appeared to have spots of blood. Police took clothing samples for DNA comparison.
Police have not yet arrested the second, unidentified, attacker.
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