3 suspects accused of violent attack in Phoenix are arrested

PHOENIX — Three suspects accused of severely beating a man in Phoenix last November have been arrested, police said Monday.

They said 22-year-old Isaac Ramirez, 24-year-old Albert Quiroz and 20-year-old Christopher Betters-Henson all are being held on suspicion of attempted murder.

It was unclear Monday if any of the men have a lawyer yet.

Police said the three suspects allegedly violently attacked a 60-year-old man on Nov. 10.

They said the victim was punched, kicked and stomped on until he lost consciousness.

Phoenix Fire Department personnel transported the victim to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.

The man currently is in a long-term recovery facility.The victim’s name hasn’t been released. Police say detectives arrested all three suspects last Friday at various locations in Phoenix.

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