One witness told police the four were “stomping” the victim.

“The two females involved had been the most vicious aggressors in the attack,” a witness told police, according to court documents.

After a man came out and told the four he was going to shoot them or call the police, the group fled and Moore-Bankhead drove to a body of water in Richton Park and threw her son’s knife and a knife Pacheco had into the water, according to court documents.

Then they went to a family’s house in Crete and ate dinner, according to court records.

Moore-Bankhead is Maria Moore’s biological mother, but Maria Moore does not live with her mother, Gattuso said in court.

After the alleged attack, Ozzie Moore scolded his sister in the truck, according to Maria Moore’s police statement.

“Ms. Moore stated Ozzie told her that she is the ‘weakest link’ in the bunch because she was crying and shaking,” according to the statement included in the court documents.

Moore-Bankhead, Ozzie Moore and Maria Moore were all arrested early Friday at Maria Moore’s Park Forest home, according to court documents.

Pacheco was arrested Friday at Bloom High School in Chicago Heights, where he is a student, according to court documents.

According to a police report included in the court documents, Richton Park police found Ozzie Moore on April 15 with his left eye cut and his face covered in blood, on the same block where he lives.

Ozzie Moore refused to press charges against whomever attacked him, according to the report.

“I don’t know who did it, I don’t know what happened and I don’t deal with police,” he said, according to the report. “So I’m not going to tell you anything.”

Then, according to the report, Ozzie Moore told police “he would handle it on his own.”

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