Prosecutors issued an arrest warrant on Sept. 8 for a 16-year-old boy facing a felony battery charge after he cut off his ankle monitor.

Kane Millsaps was charged with felony first-degree battery and misdemeanor possession of an instrument of crime after authorities became aware of a video posted to YouTube showing Millsaps hitting an unsuspecting 12-year-old boy while wearing brass knuckles.

Prosecuting Attorney Cody Hiland said Millsaps’ "bond has been revoked for cutting off his ankle monitor and testing positive for alcohol, As a result, a warrant for his arrest has been filed."

According to the arrest warrant, Millsaps, who was free on a $25,000 bond, cut his ankle monitor off at 10 p.m. Sept. 7 and tested positive for alcohol on Aug. 29.

The attack occurred on May 31 at walking trail in Conway and Millsaps was arrested June 3.

He is set to appear next in Faulkner County Circuit Court on Oct. 11 for a pretrial hearing.

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