Authorities in Chicago have charged two men with first-degree murder after a college student was beaten to death with his own bicycle lock.
Police believe the two men repeatedly struck the student in the face and head with the lock and investigators also found a stun gun on the ground nearby.
The two suspects were arrested near the scene of the attack wearing bloody clothes.
A hearing was held today and bail for each man has been set at 900-thousand dollars. Officials would not comment on a motive.
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