McHenry police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 8:55 PM Tuesday January 9, 2018 to a report of people beaten or injured with a baseball bat in an assault or fight near Hunter Path and Hilltop Boulevard McHenry, Il. Police and firefighter/paramedics initially received a report that one or two people were beaten in the head with a baseball bat.
Police on arrival reported at about 8:58 p.m. that there were three injured victims on the scene. A second ambulance was requested based on that information. A third ambulance was requested by 9:13 p.m.
The scene was spread out from an address on Hunter Path near Hilltop Boulevard to Biscayne Road and Hilltop Boulevard, and also near Hunter Path and Broadway Street.
McHenry police cited five people involved after an argument escalated to a physical fight and resulted in injuries. The altercation involved a baseball bat, and three victims suffered injuries in the fight. Three people, whose identities were not released, were transported by McHenry Township firefighter/paramedics to Centegra Hospital — McHenry, where a second fight occurred.
The initial fight broke out when David and Bernard Stott, who are brothers, arrived at a home in the block of 3200 West Hunter Path and began arguing with Antonio M. Figueroa, according to an order of protection filed in McHenry County court.
Allegedly the Stott brothers arrived to meet with Antonio M. Figueroa, who lives at the house with Jose L. Morales-Gomez; and Veronica Morales. Inside the house, Veronica Morales called the police. She soon discovered that the Stott brothers had dragged Figueroa onto the lawn and were beating him, according to the order of protection.
Jose Morales-Gomez and Veronica Morales were also punched and kicked in the ribs, according to the order of protection.
Allegedly, and according to court records, Veronica Morales stated she saw David Stott go to his car and come back with an object in his hand. Veronica Morales then grabbed a baseball bat from the garage, but David Stott overpowered her and took the bat away from her. David Stott then used the bat to beat Jose L. Morales-Gomez.
Of the three injured victims requiring medical attention at Centegra Hospital, two of the injured victims live at the home on Hunter Path.
In total, McHenry police issued five disorderly conduct citations for the first fight; and after the second fight at the hospital, arrested a sixth person, who was not present at the first fight on Hunter Path.
McHenry police issued disorderly conduct citations to all five people below ..
Bernard A. Stott, 31, of the block of 10800 White Oaks Road, Harvard;
David J. Stott, 28, of the block of 400 Andrea Court, Harvard;
Antonio M. Figueroa, 35, of the block of 3200 Hunter Path, McHenry;
Jose L. Morales-Gomez, 35 of the block of 3200 Hunter Path, McHenry; and
Veronica Morales, 33, of the block of 3200 Hunter Path, McHenry.
Daniel R. Stott, 25, of the block of 5900 Chestnut Street, Roscoe, was arrested and charged with assault in connection with the second fight at the hospital.
A Daniel R. Stott was also arrested October 8, 2013 after a fight that occurred in the McHenry County Courthouse. Allegedly, Stott and another family member approached a male, who was sitting in a chair in the courthouse. During an argument between the three men, Stott repeatedly struck the victim in the face as he sat in the chair, according to a McHenry County Sheriff’s news release in October 2013.
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