August 18, 2013 – Denver Colorado (ABC7) – A man and two women have been charged in connection with the brutal assault of a man in Lower Downtown in May, authorities said Monday.
The 30-year-old man was beaten while unconscious on the ground at 14th and Market streets in the early hours of May 11, said Denver district attorney spokeswoman Lynn Kimbrough.
Terrell Moore, 27, is formally charged with felony assault causing serious bodily injury. He is accused of assaulting the 30-year-old victim and knocking him unconscious, Kimbrough said.
Lindsye Newton and Bryanna Warren — both age 25 — are each charged with one count of felony assault on an at-risk adult for allegedly continuing to assault the victim while he was lying unconscious on the ground, Kimbrough said.
All three defendants have been released from jail. Moore is free on $10,000 bond, Newton on $5,000 bond and Warren on $2,000 bond.
They are scheduled to appear in Denver County later this month to be formally advised of the charges.
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