HARRISION TOWNSHIP (WDTN) - The two men accused of walking into a local high school and assaulting a student have been arrested.
Investigators told 2 NEWS 19-year-old Myron Cribbs and 18-year-old Joseph Anderson turned themselves in Tuesday evening.
Both are facing assault charges.
Officials said the pair walked into Northridge High School and punched a male student Monday afternoon.
A 17-year-old female student has also been arrested.
Deputies said she was arguing with the victim and helped arrange the assault.
Investigators said Cribbs is the girl's brother and Anderson is her boyfriend.
The assault remains under investigation.
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