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updated: 8/31/2012 9:13 AM

Two charged, one injured in Naperville garage fight

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Two Aurora woman have been charged with attacking police officers and a third man is suffering from a severe brain injury following a strange fight in a Naperville parking garage, authorities said.

Daisy Acosta, 27, and Karina Acosta, 23, both of Aurora, have been charged with aggravated battery of a law enforcement officer, said Sgt. Gregg Bell of the Naperville Police Department.

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Both also have been charged with resisting or obstructing a police officer, while Karina Acosta picked up an additional misdemeanor charge of criminal damage to property, Bell said.

Bell said the two, along with an unidentified male, were in a parking deck in the 0 to 100 block of E. Chicago Avenue at 2 a.m. on Sunday when they were spotted damaging cars.

Someone contacted police about the incident prior to the three getting into a fight with another group of people.

When police arrived on the scene, Bell said, the Acostas started fighting with officers.

During the scuffle with the group, the unidentified male was injured and taken to Edward Hospital in Naperville, where he remains in serious condition.

Bell said the incident remains under investigation.

"The women did not fight with the man that is currently in the hospital," Bell explained. "They were damaging cars and were arrested on charges of fighting with police officers. He was injured prior to the arrests."

The Acostas are free on bond, Bell said, and scheduled to return to court on Sept. 24.

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