Indianapolis Man Charged With Aggravated Battery Resulting In Great Bodily Harm After Body Slamming Man Into Parking Lot, Arlington Heights

Arlington Heights police responded about 3:33 PM Monday to a report of a battery, just north of McDonald's, 1920 North Arlington Heights Road Arlington Heights, IL Police received a report that a male was striking a female in the parking lot in front of T-Mobile on North Arlington Heights Road near Rand Road. Police were updated that the disturbance had moved toward the McDonald's lot.

As police arrived they saw a male/white subject injured face-down, and immediately call for paramedics. Police also called for paramedics to expedite because the male victim appeared seriously injured and vomiting while lying face down.

On the scene police received a report that a male was struck by a female and the female/white was struck by the male.

Next, police learned that a large male/black subject, about 6'4" 250 LBS, approached the male/white subject from behind, picked up the male/white subject ,and body-slammed him head first onto the asphalt. The male/black subject then fled the scene southeast on Rand Road in a green Ford Mustang. Police searched Rand Road, but did not find the suspect.

The female, apparently in a relationship with the male/black subject, was not seriously injured, and telephoned the male/black subject identified as Donavan J. Williams, 23, of Indianapolis. Williams then turned himself in at Arlington Heights Police Department Headquarters by 4:45 p.m. Monday.

Two witnesses picked WIlliams out of a police lineup, and Donavan J. Williams was charged with aggravated battery resulting in great bodily harm. Bail was set at $100,000. Court date is May 17, 2013 at Rolling Meadows Cook County Court House.

The male/white victim was transported to Level I Trauma Center Advocate Lutheran General Hospital by Arlington Heights Fire Department firefighter/paramedics. The man suffered a fractured skull, bleeding on the brain, and a broken toe. His treatment included three days in the Intensive Care Unit at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital.

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