DETROIT (WWJ/AP) – Prosecutors are returning to court to ask a judge to reconsider the sentences for two men who participated in a mob attack on a Detroit-area motorist in April.

Latrez Cummings got six months in jail, and James Davis was sentenced to a year in jail. Prosecutors say the punishments are too light and don’t reflect the severity of the beating on Steven Utash.

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Judge James Callahan will hear arguments Friday in Wayne County court.

Latrez Cummings (Booking photo)

Latrez Cummings (Booking photo)

Utash, a tree trimmer from Macomb County, was in a coma for days after being beaten in Detroit in April. He was driving home from work through a Detroit neighborhood when he got out of his truck to check on a 10-year-old boy who police say darted out in front of his vehicle.

Witnesses said Utash was punched and kicked in the head by a crowd of up to 12 people, including some teenagers.

Utash still is recovering.

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James Davis, charged in the mob beating of a Macomb County man in Detroit. (Booking Photo)

James Davis, charged in the mob beating of a Macomb County man in Detroit. (Booking Photo)

Five people pleaded guilty to assault. Attempted murder charges were dropped.

Co-defendant, 30-year-old Wonzey Saffold was sentenced to more than six years in prison, while another — 18-year-old Bruce Wimbush — was placed on probation. Saffold got a harsher sentence because of his criminal record.

An ethnic intimidation charge against the youngest defendant, a 17-year-old, was dropped in return for his plea. He’s being held in a juvenile rehabilitation facility until at least September.

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