Town of Lancaster, New York, police officer Andrew Gill has been charged with assault after allegedly repeatedly punching Justin Mangold, 17, during a game of beer pong at a Lancaster home. The attack left Mangold with a broken nose, two black eyes, and other injuries. Town officials say they haven't decided whether to pursue disciplinary action against Gill, and they say the fact that his father is a lieutenant in the department will have nothing to do with how they treat him.
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