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Bond denied for suspect in Atlanta anti-gay beating

Christopher Cain, 18, one of the men accused in the attack of a gay Atlanta man in February was denied bond this morning in Fulton County Superior Court.

Judge T. Jackson Bedford denied bond for Cain, saying Cain was a danger to the community. It was also noted that Cain was on five-year probation before the Feb. 4 attack on Brandon White for burglary. Cain was arrested Feb. 11 and charged with aggravated assault and robbery. Three others have also been charged in the assault.

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Atlanta police arrest second suspect in anti-gay beating

dorianmontagnewebPolice have arrested a second suspect in the anti-gay beating in Atlanta's Pittsburgh community that was videotaped and posted online, with one more suspect still sought. Dorian Moragne, age 19, turned himself in at Atlanta Public Safety Headquarters around 4 p.m. today, accompanied by his attorney, Atlanta police announced.

Moragne faces charges of robbery and aggravated assault, according to APD. Christopher Cain, 18, was arrested Feb. 11 and is charged with aggravated assault and robbery.

The third suspect has been identified but remains at large. Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed has announced a $25,000 reward for information in the case.

Fulton County Jail records show Moragne has been arrested four times since June 2010. His most recent arrest was Dec. 2, 2011, where he remained in jail until Dec. 29 facing 10 charges that include identity fraud, criminal damage to property and theft by receiving stolen property, among others.