Two men charged after father and son attacked in Milwaukee home invasion
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Two Milwaukee men are now charged after a man and his son were attacked during a home invasion.
The man says he heard a knock on his girlfriend's door on May 9 and then four men with guns stormed into the home and demanded money and drugs.
The victim says he was pistol-whipped and stomped on by the suspects. His son was also punched during the robbery.
The suspects made the father take off his clothes and took money from his pockets. At that time, the man's girlfriend pulled up and saw the armed suspects coming out of her home. She pulled out a gun and pointed it at the suspects while holding her baby.
Two of the suspects then fled the scene in a car with two TVs. Neighbors say it makes them scared to live in the neighborhood.
"Oh man, that scares me. You know, I have three little girls who say with me. I don't want that to happen to me. That's a very scary thing," Marcus Clay, who lives nearby, said.
Along with the TVs, the suspects allegedly stole $200.
The known suspects are Donald Beamon and St. Clair Riley. Both are charged with felony armed robbery. Beamon is in jail but Riley is not.