Police: Illinois Men Attack Senior, 77, Drive On His Yard After He Asks Them To Slow Down
It didn't take long for officials to track them down. Bates was the registered owner of the car, and when they located the vehicle at an Alton address a few hours later, Christina Hurley was inside.
She helped set up a meeting with her brother and Bates and the deputies -- and all three were ultimately arrested.
Bond was set at $40,000 for Bates, who qualifies for an "enhanced" felony offense, because the battery victim was older than 60. He remained in custody in the Madison County Jail as of yesterday. David Hurley was released on a $5,000 bond the following day, and his sister was released into the custody of Collinsville Police.