Cook County men beat victim with baseball bat, leaving him with collapsed lung and brain hemorrhage: police

Francisco Rueda-Oliveras (left), Gibram Chaga-Temich (middle) 

Three men were arrested after allegedly beating a victim with a baseball bat in Arlington Heights Sunday morning.

At about 3 a.m., the victim and offenders were engaged in a verbal altercation in the parking lot of a local condominium complex, police said.

Shortly thereafter, the offenders began to violently attack the victim with a baseball bat and repeatedly beat him with their hands and feet.

The victim was then driven to the emergency department at a local hospital by family members.

According to police, the victim did not offer any resistance and remains in the Intensive Care Unit following treatment for traumatic injuries consisting of a brain hemorrhage, collapsed lung, fractured vertebrae and multiple broken bones.


While investigating this incident, detectives arrested three suspects Monday.

Guadalupe Mezo-Temich, of Arlington Heights, is charged with two counts of aggravated battery.

Gibram Chaga-Temich, of Arlington Heights, and Francisco Rueda-Oliveras, of Mount Prospect, are both charged with aggravated battery.

A judge set bond at $400,000 for each suspect.

The next court date for each suspect is scheduled for July 7.