Deer Park father charged with helping son beat teen with bat heads to court

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DEER PARK, Ohio -- A Deer Park father charged with helping his teenage son beat up another boy is headed to court on Friday.

Michael Schwab, 37, is scheduled to make a plea in court Friday morning.

Police say Schwab drove his 16-year-old son around a neighborhood looking for the victim. His son then beat the victim with a bat while his father watched, according to court documents.

Investigators said Schwab pulled out a knife to keep another teen from helping the victim.

The victim was taken to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital with injuries to his head, neck, arm and back.

Schwab has been charged with felonious assault. In September, he was issued a $1 million bond.

 

 

 

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