Two suspects arrested via video of three teenagers being brutally beaten in the skate park in California

Two suspects, 35 and 17, are arrested for shocking video of three teenagers being brutally beaten in a skate park while at least a dozen people are watching and doing nothing

  • A violent fight broke out Saturday at a skate park in Moreno Valley, California
  • Police started investigating after video of a witness went viral on social media
  • Two men can attack three boys between 14 and 15 years old
  • Robert Lee Aaron III, 35, and a 17-year-old suspect were arrested on Tuesday
  • The police are still looking for another 17-year-old suspect who is involved in the fight
  • It is unclear what the reason was for the fight that was seen by at least a dozen bystanders
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A 35-year-old man and a 17-year-old boy have been arrested in connection with a violent attack on three teenage boys in a skate park in California.

The fight in Community Park in Moreno Valley on Saturday was watched by at least a dozen people and was recorded on video that has since gone viral.

The Sheriff & # 39; s Department of Riverside County announced Tuesday that two suspects, a 17-year-old boy and 35-year-old Robert Lee Aaron III, have been detained.

The police are still looking for another 17-year-old suspect involved in the fight, as well as other interested parties.

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An investigation was started when a bystander posted a video of the fight on Instagram. It shows a man in a white tank top approaching a boy who sits at a picnic area in the park and says to him: & What the hell are you doing with my n ****? Raise your b **** a **. & # 39;

Another man comes forward and knocks the boy flat on the table before the two men beat him violently more than two dozen times.

Behind the camera several people, including the man filming, hear shouts: & # 39; That's the wrong n ****! & # 39;

The police are hunting two men on video caught brutally attacking three victims who appear to be teenage boys in a skate park in Moreno Valley, California, on Saturday. At the beginning of the video, a man in a white tank top is seen approaching a boy sitting in a picnic area in the park and telling him: & # 39; What are you doing in my n ****? Raise your b **** a ** & # 39;

The police are hunting two men on video caught brutally attacking three victims who appear to be teenage boys in a skate park in Moreno Valley, California, on Saturday. At the beginning of the video, a man in a white tank top is seen approaching a boy sitting in a picnic area in the park and telling him: & # 39; What are you doing in my n ****? Raise your b **** a ** & # 39;

Another man in a blue shirt comes forward and knocks the boy flat on the table before the two men beat him violently more than two dozen times. Behind the camera several people, including the man filming, hear shouts: & # 39; That's the wrong n ****! & # 39;

Another man in a blue shirt comes forward and knocks the boy flat on the table before the two men beat him violently more than two dozen times. Behind the camera several people, including the man filming, hear shouts: & # 39; That's the wrong n ****! & # 39;

Another man in a blue shirt comes forward and knocks the boy flat on the table before the two men beat him violently more than two dozen times. Behind the camera several people, including the man filming, hear shouts: & # 39; That's the wrong n ****! & # 39;

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The victim falls off the table and tries to run away, but falls into the grass, where one of the attackers kicks his immobile body.

The two men then run to another teenager as he sprints and shouts: & it wasn't me! It was not me! & # 39;

They chase him and push him into the grass where they repeatedly hit him.

After the men have attacked the first teenager, they run after another. The teenager can be heard screaming: & # 39; It wasn't me! It was not me! & # 39; while he runs away from the man in white

After the men have attacked the first teenager, they run after another. The teenager can be heard screaming: & # 39; It wasn't me! It was not me! & # 39; while he runs away from the man in white

After the men have attacked the first teenager, they run after another. The teenager can be heard screaming: & # 39; It wasn't me! It was not me! & # 39; while he runs away from the man in white

The two attackers quickly catch up with the fleeing teenager and push him to the ground before repeatedly stamping him on while people watch from the picnic area
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The two attackers quickly catch up with the fleeing teenager and push him to the ground before repeatedly stamping him on while people watch from the picnic area

The two attackers quickly catch up with the fleeing teenager and push him to the ground before repeatedly stamping him on while people watch from the picnic area

The shot of the man points the camera at a third teenager who is still standing at the picnic tables and says: & it was this n ****. You better help your house. They stomp your homie.

The two attackers walk back to the third teenager and exchange a few unintelligible words with him before someone hits him in the head and hits him to the ground.

The teenager curls up in a ball and sounds like he says: & # 39; Nothing has happened, I swear & # 39; while the men hit and kick him repeatedly.

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The man in white spades gives him a powerful kick in the head and the man in blue spits on him before he runs away.

Police said all three victims were between 14 and 15 years old.

Aaron was accused of mistreatment with a deadly weapon, conspiracy, deliberately endangering children, and contributing to the delinquency of minors.

The 17-year-old suspect was booked in Riverside County Juvenile Hall for assault and conspiracy.

The man who is filming is aiming the camera at a third teenager (far right) who, according to him, started the fight and said: & # 39; It was this n ****. You better help your house. They stomp your homie

The man who is filming is aiming the camera at a third teenager (far right) who, according to him, started the fight and said: & # 39; It was this n ****. You better help your house. They stomp your homie

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The man who is filming is aiming the camera at a third teenager (far right) who, according to him, started the fight and said: & # 39; It was this n ****. You better help your house. They stomp your homie

The two attackers return to the picnic area and exchange a few unintelligible words with the third teenager before one of them hits him in the head

The two attackers return to the picnic area and exchange a few unintelligible words with the third teenager before one of them hits him in the head

The two attackers return to the picnic area and exchange a few unintelligible words with the third teenager before one of them hits him in the head

The teenager curls up in a ball and sounds like he says: & # 39; Nothing has happened, I swear & # 39; while the men hit and kick him repeatedly before they finally retire

The teenager curls up in a ball and sounds like he says: & # 39; Nothing has happened, I swear & # 39; while the men hit and kick him repeatedly before they finally retire

The teenager curls up in a ball and sounds like he says: & # 39; Nothing has happened, I swear & # 39; while the men hit and kick him repeatedly before they finally retire

Tom DeSantis, city manager of Moreno Valley, said investigators were viewing images of security cameras in the park, less than a kilometer from the police station.

& # 39; There were no calls for 911 dispatch when this happened & # 39 ;, DeSantis told CBS2. & # 39; Our message to the community is, our park rangers, our police, they can't be everywhere. & # 39;

Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez responded to the incident in a statement and said, “This kind of behavior does not belong in our city.

& # 39; We are very proud of our parks as safe places for our community to play and relax. To keep them safe, we ask residents to say something when they see something. & # 39;

Anyone with information about the fight is urged to contact the police at 951-486-6700.

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