Owner of BSR Cable Park arrested for assault in park - KXXV-TV News Channel 25 - Central Texas News and Weather for Waco, Temple, Killeen |


Owner of BSR Cable Park arrested for assault in park

Ryan Kyle Ryan Kyle
Stuart Parsons Stuart Parsons
AXTELL - UPDATE: The McLennan County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Baylor University football player Friday afternoon in connection with a beating that happened Memorial Day weekend at the BSR Cable Park.

Jacob Kyle, who is on the Baylor’s football practice squad, is the third man arrested in this case. He is listed as an offensive lineman and was a preferred “walk-on” out of Mart high school.

Baylor University head football coach Art Briles said he is aware of the situation and is currently investigating it.

Jacob is also the younger brother of Ryan Kyle, a former UMHB football player also from Mart, charged with aggravated assault in this case.

As of Friday night, Stuart Parsons, Ryan Kyle and Jacob Kyle were all in the McLennan County jail waiting for bond to be set.

A prominent Waco businessman and another man have been arrested. They're accused of being involved in the brutal attack of another man.

The victim, Toby McCarver, says he was friends with one of his attackers.

News Channel 25 obtained the arrest affidavit. In it, McCarver describes being beaten by a man he says he's known for years.

Owner of the BSR Cable Park, Stuart Parsons, and Ryan Kyle were arrested Friday for allegedly beating a man at the park Memorial weekend.

According to legal documents, McCarver and his friends were out by a large slide at BSR, when Parsons showed up and demanded to know who from the cable park was with them.

McCarver told investigators Parsons was so drunk he didn't recognize him as his friend. Court documents say the two then got into a heated argument with both men having to be physically separated.

McCarver and his friends returned to the cabin they were renting at the park. Investigators say, a short time later Parsons, Kyle and another man returned and the attack ensued. McCarver's friends tried to pull the men off of him, but say they were threatened.

The victim suffered multiple injuries including a broken jaw and nose, a lacerated ear which required 15 stitches, and was bitten, and bite that later became infected. The victim is expected to recover.

McCarver declined to comment on the attack on the advice of his attorney.

The McLennan County Sheriff's Office says this is still an open investigation and a third arrest may be coming.

Click here to read the affidavit.
Powered by WorldNow

News Channel 25 KXXV-TV
P.O. Box 2522
Waco, TX 76702

Phone Numbers:
Main: 254-754-2525
Tip Line: 254-757-2525

Contact Us
KXXV Employment Opportunites
FCC Filings
Advertise on KXXV

Can't find something?
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 WorldNow and KXXV. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.