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New details emerge in Caleb King arrest

The Viking running back was jailed in Anoka County early Saturday morning after allegedly assaulting another man at a birthday party in Oak Grove. The victim was last listed in serious condition at a hospital in Coon Rapids. King spent the majority of the 2011 season on the practice squad.
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The Viking running back was jailed in Anoka County early Saturday morning after allegedly assaulting another man at a birthday party in Oak Grove. The victim was last listed in serious condition at a hospital in Coon Rapids. King spent the majority of the 2011 season on the practice squad.

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