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Thanks to a Crime Stoppers tip police in Houma, Louisiana have arrested 2 teens for brutally attacking a disabled man.
26-year old Kenneth Matherne was walking home on November 11th when Drake Mobley, 17, and Tre Paul Britton, 19, attacked him from behind.
The pair brutally beat Matherne, repeatedly punched the victim in the face, used a stun gun on him and took his wallet..
Matherne was left with a broken nose, two black eyes and a busted lip. A nearby home with a surveillance system caught the beating on tape.
Police arrested Mobley and Britton on Monday (December 16) and took them to Terrebonne Parish jail They were charged with armed robbery and second-degree battery. Both of their bonds are set at $250,000.
Tre Paul Britton
Since the incident was first reported there has been an outpouring of generosity from the community. Funds were donated to increase the Crime Stoppers reward. Matherne was also given a $500 Walmart gift certificate, a new bike and other gifts.
"I'm happy because the guys got caught," Matherne said. "I don't know who turned them in, but I'm glad they did."
Police are now looking for the getaway driver.
CCTV footage of attack