BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WISH) - Speck Mellencamp, the son of rocker John Mellencamp, surrendered to the Monroe County Jail on Friday.
The 18-year-old was wanted on a warrant for battery, along with his 19-year-old brother, Hud Mellencamp, and another individual, 19-year-old Ty A. Smith.
Warrants were issued for the three man in connection to a July 29 fight.
One witness 24-Hour News 8 spoke with described it as a brutal attack.
Hud Mellencamp is expected to turn himself in as early as Saturday. According to his Facebook page, he is a member of the Duke University football team, so travel arrangements need to be made to return Hud to Monroe County.
Speck Mellencamp spent approximately 2.5 hours processing through the Monroe County Jail. He then bonded out. He said nothing as he left with his attorney in a black SUV parked feet from the door to the correctional facility.
Police say the assault happened at a Bloomington home in the early morning hours of July 29. Several people witnessed the attack.
"The three guys just came up on him and just started beating the crap out of him," said Chris Cain who knows the victim.
According to court documents, Speck, his brother Hud and their friend Ty Smith "punched, kicked, and stomped" the victim who was then "knocked backwards off the porch."
Police say Speck then continued to "strike the victim with his fists."
During the investigation, Speck told police he had been attending a party at the house earlier in the evening. He said a fight broke out and someone punched him in the face.
"That was never reported to police, apparently they decided to return on their own," said Bloomington Police Captain Joe Qualters.
This time Mellencamp brought along his brother and friend. It appears he wanted revenge.
Speck later admitted to police he was "very upset" at the time and "wasn't thinking straight."
The person Speck and his friends are accused of beating up, wasn't the one who had punched him in the face.
19-year-old Ty Smith turned himself in Thursday and bonded out. He is the son of IU Baseball coach Tracy Smith.
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