Do you remember when the lilly white suburbs were quiet & nice? Bails set for 4 accused of Richton Park beating
From left, Keetha "Krusty Thong" Moore-Bankhead, 48, family friend Luis "Big Forest" Pacheco, 18, and daughter Maria "Ten Dollars" Moore, 17. Moore-Bankhead's son, Ozzie Moore, was also charged and is hospitalized with chest pains, police said.
A mom, her two children and another man have been charged with attempted first-degree murder and aggravated battery in connection to the group beating of a man Thursday night in south suburban Richton Park.
Keetha Moore-Bankhead, 48, her son, Ozzie Moore, 25, and his friend, Luis Pacheco, 18, were all ordered held in lieu of $500,000 bond Sunday at during a hearing in Cook County criminal court.
Moore-Bankhead’s daughter, Maria Moore, 17, of Park Forest, was ordered held in lieu of $250,000 bond.
Ozzie Moore is hospitalized with chest pains, according to Chicago police.
Judge Maria Kuriakos Ciesil set the bails for the group, who allegedly swarmed a 30-year-old Richton Park man Thursday night whom Ozzie Moore claimed jumped him a few weeks ago, according to court documents.