Philadelphia police have arrested two people in connection with an assault on a Philadelphia Parks and Recreation ranger in LOVE Park on Friday, law enforcement sources said.
A man whom a police source identified as Curtis Tanner, 19, was taken into custody at his mother's home in Pottstown on Monday morning.
He is expected to face charges of aggravated assault, simple assault, and reckless endangerment of another person, the source said.
A second suspect, a 17-year-old Pottstown boy, was taken into custody Monday evening and was expected to face charges as a juvenile.
Police began their search after a video emerged online over the weekend showing a confrontation at John F. Kennedy Plaza between a man and a ranger. Police said the ranger had asked the man and his friends, who were skateboarding there, to leave because skateboarding is not allowed in the park.