Two more arrests made in beating of Daytona Beach teen

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Two more arrests have been made in connection with the beating of a teen in Daytona Beach, according to Daytona Beach police.

Michael Anthony Tiller-Brown Jr., 13, was arrested at Campbell Middle School and charged with aggravated battery by Daytona Beach police Tuesday.

According to investigators, on Thursday a 14-year-old boy was riding his bike when a young male pushed him from his bike and stole it. Investigators said five juvenile males then chased the 14-year-old onto the front porch of a home in the 300 block of South Martin Luther King Boulevard.

According to investigators, some of the young men recorded video of the incident and posted it online. A surveillance camera at the home also caught the beating, police said. That video was obtained by Channel 9.

In the video, investigators said, the young boy is seen being cornered on the porch by four members of the group.

Investigators said Ca'Shaod Demona Williams, 15, began punching the victim in his head and upper body, while other attackers hit him. One of the attackers began to kick and stomp the boy.

According to investigators, the video shows Tiller-Brown pick up a large white chair and slam it on top of the victim.

"Those kicks are meant to inflict maximum damage on our young victim here, and the other guy we lock up is hitting him with a chair, and again, you have to ask yourself, 'For what reason again?'" said Daytona Beach Police Chief Michael Chitwood.

Investigators said the victim was taken to the hospital by his mother where he was treated for severe concussion and lacerations to his head and lip.

"His head was swollen. His head is like bust, split open," said Felicia White, the victim's mother. "They pummeled on his neck and his chest and his head."

Tiller-Brown was identified in the video by his school resource officer, police said.

Williams, a Spruce Creek High School student, was arrested Monday and charged with aggravated battery. Police said Williams was identified in the video by his probation officer.

Late Tuesday afternoon police announced that Dashon Moody, 16, was arrested. Police believe he is the one seen stomping on the victim in the video.

Police said Moody is charged with aggravated battery. They also said he stole the 14-year-old's bicycle and is being charged with robbery.

WFTV.com will update the story as more information becomes available. We'll have complete details on Channel 9 Eyewitness News beginning at 4 p.m.

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