Two Suspects Turn Themselves in After Brutal California Highway Beating

Two Suspects Turn Themselves in After Brutal California Highway Beating

Footage was captured of a man attempting to fight three others on a Los Angeles freeway, and catching a vicious beat down in the process. California Highway Patrol was searching for the three men delivering the beating, and it appears as though two of them turned themselves in yesterday evening.

Los Angeles residents David Mendez , 21, and Edras Ramirez, 27, were arrested for assault and remain in custody. The victim has been identified as Jerry Patterson, who says he unintentionally cut the other men off. He suffered a concussion and says he remembers very little from the fight.

To add insult the injury, the fight was set to Drake and Rihanna’s “Take Care,” which was blasting from the camera man’s car. Who would’ve thought the hug-inspiring song would become the soundtrack to a vicious beating? Patterson has since admitted that he should’ve stayed in his vehicle.

Unless you're an MMA fighter, why would you try to rumble with three dudes anyway? Never let road rage get you knocked out—on camera.

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[via The Huffington Post]

Tags: los-angeles, california, road-rage, jerry-patterson, drake-take-care
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