- Associated Press - Thursday, June 12, 2014

DETROIT (AP) - Two Detroit men have been charged in the beating of a motorist after he collided with their vehicle while driving the wrong way on a city street.

The Wayne County prosecutor’s office announced Thursday that 33-year-old driver Demond Williams 20-year-old passenger Toriano Williams are charged in the Saturday afternoon beating of 34-year-old Nate Szczerbinski (sher-BIN’-skee) of Grosse Pointe Park.

An arraignment hasn’t yet been scheduled on charges of assault with intent to do great bodily harm and aggravated assault. Demond Williams also is charged with having an expired driver’s license.

Prosecutors say they’re unaware if they have lawyers.

Szczerbinski is white and told police several black men beat him and called him racially derogatory names. The prosecutor’s office says it brought charges based on what could be proven in court.

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