2 men arrested for videotaped Los Angeles freeway beating

Two men who turned themselves in to California Highway Patrol office booked with assault charges


Two men have been arrested on suspicion of beating up another man in a Los Angeles freeway road rage battle that was caught on video.

California Highway Patrol Officer Ming Hsu says the men turned themselves in to a CHP office in Hollywood on Wednesday evening.

He says 21-year-old David Mendez and 27-year-old Edras Ramirez, both of Los Angeles, were jailed on suspicion of assault. They remain jailed Thursday.

Authorities believe they're the men who were videotaped beating and kicking a man on a transition road to the Interstate 5 freeway on June 12.

The victim has told TV stations he unintentionally cut off another car and suffered a concussion in the resulting fight.

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