Former Guyer player reports being attacked in Stillwater

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Former Guyer wide receiver and current Oklahoma State walk-on Cameron Hunter told police he was stabbed, robbed and abducted Monday in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Capt. Randy Dickerson, public information officer with the Stillwater Police Department, said the investigation is ongoing and did not reveal the identity of the victim, who was only said to be a 21-year-old football player at Oklahoma State, which is in Stillwater.

Guyer head coach John Walsh confirmed the identity as Hunter, and said he was surprised to hear the news.

“Cameron was such a good kid at Guyer and made good decisions and everything; it’s unfortunate it happened to him,” Walsh said. “When I got the news, I was concerned for his safety. I was really relieved to hear that he is going to be OK.”

Dickerson said no arrests had been made as of Tuesday afternoon.

Hunter told police he was stabbed and robbed sometime between 4:30 and 9 p.m. Monday. Then, he said, someone pulled him into a green pickup and later dumped him at another location in southwest Stillwater. A passer-by saw him walking and bleeding and called police.

Police reported that Hunter was stabbed in the abdomen and arm, treated at a Stillwater hospital and released Monday night.

Hunter graduated from Guyer in 2010 and originally went to play football at the Air Force Academy before he transferred to OSU, where he is a junior walk-on.

As a senior at Guyer, Hunter caught five touchdown passes, rushed for one and returned a kickoff for a touchdown in a playoff victory over Cedar Hill. Two of Hunter’s former Guyer classmates, J.W. Walsh and Jimmy Bean, are starters for the Cowboys.

ADAM BOEDEKER can be reached at 940-566-6872 and via Twitter at @aboedeker.


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