MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) - The parents of a former Davidson High School student who was injured in an alleged hazing incident signed four more arrest warrants on Tuesday.
Shortly after the warrants were signed, two Davidson High School students were booked into Mobile Metro Jail.
The first student, 18-year-old LaQuinton Tremaine Williams Jr. turned himself in around 3:35 p.m. The second student, 18-year-old Ellis Damoind Wright was booked in at 5:00 p.m. Both are charged with 3rd degree assault and released on bond.
Rodney Kim Jr. broke an arm during the incident, which was caught on cell phone video in April. It happened in the locker room after Kim was promoted to the varsity football team.
Four other students are already facing assault charges.
Kim's parents have filed a $12 million lawsuit against the Mobile County Board of Education. They're also calling on the coach to be fired.
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