Update: Derrick Steen, 24, Christopher Steen, 23, and Thomas Bruce, 24, were apprehended and charged in connection the Sunday assault outside of the Goo Goo Car Wash on Veterans Parkway.
Arrest reports for Derrick Steen and Bruce indicate that the men turned themselves in to police Wednesday. They were arrested at the Ace Bonding Co. at 1003 7th Ave., officials said.
The details of Christopher Steen's arrest are not available at this time.
All three men were charged with three counts of aggravated assault. Derrick Steen faces an additional charge of aggravated battery.
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The suspects are scheduled to appear in Recorder's Court Saturday at 8 a.m.
Original Story: Columbus authorities are searching for three men who allegedly held three other men at gunpoint and beat them Sunday outside of the Goo Goo Car Wash on Veterans Parkway, according to a police report.
Derrick Steen, 24, Christopher Steen, 23, and Thomas Bruce, 24, are all wanted on an aggravated assault warrant in connection to the 4:30 a.m. incident at 7920 Veterans Parkway, officials said. Officials also issued an aggravated battery warrant against Derrick Steen in relation to Sunday's assault.
Derrick and Christopher Steen reside on 3rd Ave, and Bruce lives on Trussell Avenue, police said in the report.
Two Columbus officers were called to the 2000 block of Osprey Cove Drive Sunday at 5:20 a.m. in reference to the assault.
The victims informed police that they were beaten and held at gunpoint in the parking lot outside of the Goo Goo Car Wash.
The 24-year-old Columbus victim was left with cut on his lower left lip and two cracked front teeth. The 24-year-old Fortson victim sustained a gash on the back of his head. The 22-year-old Phenix City man suffered from a bruised head, police said.
The Columbus man was transported to the Midtown Medical Center, where he is listed in fair condition, according to the report. Treated by medics on the scene, the other two men are in good condition.
Officials believe the suspects were armed with pistols during Sunday's assault.