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8700 block of South Francisco Avenue in Evergreen Park | Google Maps

Trio charged with attacking man in Evergreen Park home

SHARE Trio charged with attacking man in Evergreen Park home
SHARE Trio charged with attacking man in Evergreen Park home

Three people have been charged with attacking an acquaintance inside a home Saturday morning in southwest suburban Evergreen Park.

The trio charged with aggravated battery with great bodily harm for the attack: Jonathan M. Owens, 30 and Jessica Doherty, 26, both of the Clearing neighborhood on the city’s Southwest Side; and 33-year-old Stacy L. Krisik of Evergreen Park, according to a statement from Evergreen Park police.

From left: Jessica Doherty, Jonathan Owens and Stacy Krisik. | Evergreen Park police

From left: Jessica Doherty, Jonathan Owens and Stacy Krisik. | Evergreen Park police

Someone called authorities at 8:41 a.m. to request a well-being check on a man believed to be injured inside a home in the 8700 block of South Francisco Avenue in Evergreen Park, police said.

Officers arrived to find the 31-year-old man in the home with “severe injuries,” police said. He was taken to Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, where he is on life support.

Doherty, Owens and Krisik were denied bail Monday in Cook County court, police said. They are due in court again April 22.

Further details about the attack were not immediately available, according to police.

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