Man severely hurt in Ambridge beating; 2 facing charges
AMBRIDGE, Pa. —
Police said two men are facing charges after they beat another man in Ambridge Thursday.
Investigators said they were called to Merchant Street around 9:30 p.m. and found Timothy Drenowski unconscious.
Police said Drenowski got into a fight after being asked to leave the Colonial Bar and Grill. Officers said Drenwoski was hit in the head and knocked to the ground by Lamar Williams and Stephen Finney Jr.
Williams and Finney were both arrested. Williams faces aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person and criminal conspiracy. Finney faces criminal conspiracy, simple assault and recklessly endangering another person charges.
Drenowski was flown to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital. There is no word on his condition.