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Police: Woman in Bolingbrook beaten, held against her will

Mark B. Kwiatkowski (left) and Teresa M. Monreal
Mark B. Kwiatkowski (left) and Teresa M. Monreal

BOLINGBROOK – Two people in Bolingbrook allegedly held a female victim against her will and beat her, according to police.

At 9:11 p.m. Saturday, Bolingbrook police responded to a welfare check at 659 Adams St. and were met by an adult female victim with noticeable injuries to her face.

She was allegedly held against her will and beaten by Mark B. Kwiatkowski, 30, of the 6300 block of Joliet Road in Countryside; and Teresa M. Monreal, 31, who is homeless, police said in a news release.

The victim is unrelated to the two but she and Monreal are friends, said Bolingbrook Police Sgt. Scott Lustik in an email. The police do not know the relationship between Kwiatkowski and Monreal, he said.

Kwiatkowski and Monreal were arrested and taken to the Will County jail.

They each face charges of battery and unlawful restraint.

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