ROUND ROCK, Texas (KXAN) - Two suspects remain on the loose after two victims were robbed at gunpoint, beaten and dragged into the woods after showing up for a party at a Round Rock apartment. A third suspect has been arrested.
Sunday, Round Rock police responded to the two victims who said they were beaten and robbed after they arrived at a party Saturday night at the Colonial Grand at Ashton Oaks apartments on A.W. Grimes (FM 1460).
Arrested and charged with aggravated robbery is 19-year-old Cody Luckie.
The victims told police that when they arrived at the apartment one of them was tackled while the other was hit in the head with a handgun.
Two suspects continued to punch and kick the victims while a third person pointed a gun at them, according to court documents.
They allegedly bound the hands and feet of one of the victims with packing tape and covered his mouth with tape.
According to the affidavit, the suspects carried the bound victim into a wooded area while the second victim was marched into the woods, being told that he would be killed if he turned around.
Once the suspects left the scene, the victims called police.
Round Rock police continue to investigate the case and are looking for the two suspects.
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