Iowa Central Football Players Charged in Beating That Left Man with Broken Eye Socket

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FORT DODGE, Iowa — Two Iowa Central Community College football players are facing felony charges after allegedly assaulting a man in Fort Dodge.

Nineteen-year-old Jesse Driver and 20-year-old Darryl Kelley are charged with willful injury causing serious injury.

According to court documents the pair hit and stomped on a man’s head late Tuesday night. The victim suffered a broken eye socket.

Preliminary hearings for the pair are scheduled for November 8th.

Driver and Kelley are being held in the Webster County Jail.

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