SEMINARY, MS (WDAM) - Two men have been arrested stemming from an incident that happened over the weekend.
Johnathan Drennan, 32, and 20-year-old Josh Quiroa, both of Seminary, are charged with burglary and aggravated assault with extreme indifference to life.
Both men had their bond set at $30,000, but Quiroa's bond was denied because he was already out on bond.
A third suspect, Natasha Anderson, also involved in the incident is still being sought by the Jones County Sheriff's Department.
According to authorities, the assault occurred after Drennan and Quiroa approached the home owner, who knew the suspects, trying to convince them to hide a suspect wanted by authorities.
After refusing their request, words were exchanged and the men left but returned later that night.
They broke into the home and beat the victim and his wife.
Drennan and Quiroa beat the man with a cordless drill. Meanwhile, Anderson went into the bedroom and assaulted his wife, who was in bed with their children.
The children witnessed the attack.
The man who they were trying to hide is Timmy McDaniel and is also being sought by the Jones County Sheriff's Department.