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Four men charged with teen beating

By KTVA CBS 11 News 2:49 AM November 19, 2013

Update: Police say all suspects are in custody following September assault

Update: Anchorage police say Trevvor Trobough, 20, and Tye Manning, 21, were taken into custody overnight.

ANCHORAGE – Police say two men have been arrested for the September assault of 18-year-old James Clinton.

Clinton was found badly beaten in an abandoned house in Downtown Anchorage September 16. Officers found the unconscious teen after an anonymous tip-off note was slipped under the door of the University of Alaska Anchorage Police Department. Clinton remained unconscious and hospitalized for more than a month.

Monday afternoon, the Anchorage Police Department announced four men face first and second-degree assault charges for the attack.

Iosia Fiso, 19, and Michael Liufau, 22, are in custody, with Liufau also facing a count of coercion. Police say they’re still looking for 20-year-old Trevvor Trobough and 21-year-old Tye Manning. Trobough is described as approximately 6 feet 2 inches tall and 160 pounds with light brown hair and blue eyes; Manning is approximately 5 feet 8 inches tall and 160 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes.

Police ask anyone with information as to Manning or Trobough’s whereabouts to call APD at 786-8900.

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