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By Maureen Boyle
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Posted Nov 18, 2008 @ 10:02 AM
Last update Nov 18, 2008 @ 10:16 AM

BROCKTON -

A man severely beaten stumbled out of the woods of D.W. Field Park this morning onto Elmwood Street and is now at a Boston hospital with critical injuries.
The man, believed to be in his 30s, was found at 6:45 a.m. this morning outside 67 Elmwood Ave., said Brockton Police Sgt. Mark Celia.
The man suffered serious head injuries and was first taken to Caritas Good Samaritan Hospital then to a Boston hospital, he said.
Officers, with the help of Officer John Sturdevant and his dog, Mason, were able to find the spot behind a bowling alley where the man appears to have been beaten in the woods, he said.
Officers were at the scene this morning, searching for evidence. There were several chairs and what appeared to be a makeshift stove in the spot just off a path in the woods.

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Brockton beating victim may have been sexually assaulted

By Maureen Boyle
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Posted Nov 19, 2008 @ 01:44 PM

BROCKTON -

The man severely beaten in D.W. Field Park earlier this week may also have been sexually assaulted, authorities believe.
The 31-year-old Brockton man, whose name was not released, is now at a Boston hospital, recovering from his injuries as investigators review potential evidence and continue to talk with potential witnesses, said Lt. John Crowley, chief of detectives.
Detectives hope the man will be well enough to talk with them within the next day and say who attacked him, Crowley said.
The man stumbled down a path in D.W. Field Park to Elmwood Avenue where he was found, severely beaten, Tuesday morning.
Officers, with the help of Officer John Sturdevant and his dog, Mason, were able to find the spot behind a bowling alley near the park where authorities now believe the attack occurred.
Crowley said investigators were able to recover evidence at the scene, including one object with blood on it.
Crowley said he was confident investigators will be able to identify who attacked the man.
"We are moving forward in a positive direction and we expect results in the near future," he said.

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