The Aiken County Sheriff's Office arrested two Aiken County teens Thursday believed to be involved in a violent assault on four people reported at a residence on Todd Avenue in North Augusta earlier this month.
Matthew Hunter Price, 18, of the 600 block of McKenzie Street in North Augusta, and Travone Molete Johnson, 18, of the 100 block of Railroad Street in Warrenville, are both charged with first-degree burglary and third-degree assault and battery by mob, according to jail records.
They are charged alongside 18-year-old's Marcialo Frankeem Jamison and Martin Jose Chavez Jr., both of Warrenville, who are facing the same charges for their alleged involvement in the incident.
On June 3, Aiken County Sheriff's Office deputies responded around 11 p.m. to Todd Avenue and met with four victims, one male and three females, claiming four men forced their way into the residence and caused a disturbance, according to the report.
The four male suspects reportedly pulled up in a vehicle outside the home, with one of the suspects walking up to the door to speak with one of the female victims. The victim said the suspect, he identified as Price, asked for a mini fridge he claimed to have left when moving out a few weeks prior, police reported.
The victim asked Price to stay outside while she got his mini-fridge for him, but Price reportedly became enraged after seeing the male victim inside the home. She said he shoved his way inside and began attacking the male victim, the report states.
The three other suspects reportedly got out of the car after the fight broke out and forced their way into the house, joining in the fight, police said.
The three female victims tried to break up the fight and the suspects allegedly started assaulting them, the report states.
After the fight, the victim's said the suspects began to leave, "bragging about assaulting (the victims)," and threatened they would return later, the report states.
The report states one suspect also pushed over a victim's motorcycle parked outside before they fled the scene.
Investigators reported speaking with a witness, who was not involved in the incident, claiming all four suspects arrived at his home after the incident and bragged to him about the incident.
Following an investigation, Jamison, Chavez, Price and Johnson were identified as the four suspects.
On June 4, deputies reported locating and arrested Jamison and Chavez.
Investigators arrested Price and Johnson on Thursday. All four are still being held at the Aiken County detention center, as of Friday afternoon.