Police in New Orleans arrested a second suspect in connection with an attack on two Boston area men.
Police announced on Tuesday they had arrested 18-year-old Joshua Simmons in connection with the attack.
According to police, Simmons is one of four men believed to have attacked two Boston-area men in the French Quarter section of New Orleans on Saturday night.
The robbers alleged knocked the men to the ground and took their wallets and cellphones.
Both victims, James Curran and Tim Byrne, ended up in the hospital.
Police previously arrested 21-year-old Dejuan Paul on Monday and charged him with second-degree robbery.
Two others, 18-year-old Nicholas Polgowski and 20-year-old Rashaad Piper, were identified as suspects sought in connection with the robbery on Tuesday. When they're found, New Orleans police said they'll be charged with second-degree robbery.