Third arrest made in Cortland assault
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CORTLAND, N.Y. -- Cortland police have made a third arrest for an assault that seriously injured a man last month, and they are still searching for a fourth suspect.
Investigators say Mason Reeve, 23, of Binghamton was in the group that attacked Robert Miller, 25, on Main Street on July 28th. Miller is still listed in critical condition with a head injury.
Reeve is charged with first-degree gang assault, second-degree assault and fourth degree conspiracy.
Those are the same charges faced by two other men arrested in the days following the assault, Marcus Delige, 22, and Kaywon Pittman, 24.
Meanwhile, police are still on the lookout for Antoine Brown, 25. A warrant has been issued for his arrest for first-degree gang assault. Police believe Brown may be in Queens, where he has family.