Winnebago County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Gritton has ordered one of two brothers accused of beating a man at an Oshkosh motorcycle club held over for trial.
At a preliminary hearing Monday afternoon, Gritton determined there was enough evidence to proceed with the case against Brock R. Henke, 23, of Oshkosh, on charges of substantial battery, intimidating a victim, false imprisonment and first-degree recklessly endangering safety for his role in the beating of a man at the Zodiac Club, 2824 Fond du Lac Road on Sept. 6.
According to the complaint, Anthony K. Gazzana, 28, ordered Brock Henke and his brother, Justin R. Henke, 25, to punch and kick the victim. The man ended up needed 21 stitches to close chin and lip wounds.
Henke will next appear before Gritton at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 18, for an arraignment hearing.
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