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    http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2006-01-15-homeless-beating_x.htm

    Police ID two suspects in homeless beating

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    Two attackers are seen
    chasing and beating a
    homeless man who had
    been sleeping on a
    bench in Fort Lauderdale
    Fort Lauderdale Police
    Dept. via WSVN TV



    FORT LAUDERDALE (AP) — Two South Florida teens were involved in the beatings of three homeless men, police said, and family attorneys were negotiating their surrender.

    Both teens will face murder charges in the death of one homeless man and aggravated battery charges in the beating of two others, Detective Katherine Collins said.

    Brian Hooks, 18, and Thomas S. Daugherty, 17, were out of state Saturday and had not been arrested, police said.

    The pair are suspects in Thursday's videotaped beating attack of Jacques Pierre, 58, on the Fort Lauderdale campus of Florida Atlantic University. The attack was captured on a security camera.

    Police also named the teens in the death of Norris Gaynor, 45, who was killed a few blocks away, and in the beating of Raymond Perez, 49, in a Church-by-the-Sea garden.

    Perez and Pierre were listed in fair condition Saturday at Broward General Medical Center, and doctors expected to release them in a few days.

    A man at Hooks' home declined comment to reporters after police searched the home and removed a baseball bat. There was no published phone listing for Hooks or Daugherty in Fort Lauderdale.


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