MUSKEGON (WWJ/AP) – One too many batman re-runs? A prisoner allegedly socked it to two west Michigan jail deputies.

A 26-year-old prisoner is accused of using concrete chunks in a sock as a club to attack two veteran guards at the Muskegon County Jail.

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Sheriff Dean Roesler says Thursday’s jail attack was without provocation.

Both guards were taken to the hospital and released Thursday night.

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The alleged attacking prisoner has been in the jail since October on charges of operating a meth-amphetamine lab and being a habitual offender.

 

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