1 of John Mellencamp's sons has turned himself in to police
Brothers, 1 other, face felony charges
Last Updated: 113 days ago
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - One of rocker John Mellencamp's two sons has turned himself in to the Monroe County Jail to face charges, but the singer's other son is still at large.
Speck Mellencamp, 18, surrendered to authorities Friday morning. Officials are still waiting for Hud Mellencamp, 19, to turn himself in.
Officials at the Monroe County Sheriff's Department said they expect Hud Mellencamp will not turn himself in until sometime Saturday, because he has to fly in from out of state.
The teens are facing felony battery charges after their reported involvement in a July fight that seriously injured Alexander Bucy, 19.
According to the probable cause affidavit, the two brothers and Ty Smith, 19, approached Bucy,who was sitting on his Bloomington front porch and, without saying anything, Speck Mellencamp punched the Bucy in the face.
Witnesses told police that Hud Mellencamp and Smith joined in, punching, stomping and kicking the victim, according to the court document.
Smith is also facing a felony charge of battery.
Monroe County Prosecutors filed formal charges Thursday.
Speck Mellencamp bonded out of jail Friday afternoon.
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