CROCKER, Mo. -- Two men are charged for what the Pulaski County sheriff calls a "serious" physical assault in Crocker on Monday night. Jeremy Dyer, 30, of Crocker is charged with second-degree domestic assault and James Moore Jr., 44, of Richland is charged with second-degree assault.
Deputies were called to 22350 Bangor Road at 11:30 p.m. They found a victim who was severely beaten and suffering from serious physical injuries. The victim was taken to a hospital by paramedics, where he then named his attackers to deputies.
Law enforcement searched for the suspected attackers and eventually found their vehicle on Missouri 133 near Swedeborg. Deputies stopped the vehicle near Route T, where they arrested Dyer and Moore.
A judge set $50,000 bonds for both men. They could face prison sentences up to seven years if they're convicted.
The sheriff didn't provide the victim's condition.