Brothers arrested after reportedly assaulting people and making out with each other

Casey Mills
March 11, 2017

Two drug-crazed, stark naked brothers were arrested on a laundry list of charges after they punched a woman in the face when she opposed to their passionate make out session outside an apartment complex in Indianapolis on Sunday, officials said.

Before police arrived on the scene, a woman walked outside and was confronted by the men, who reportedly yelled, "Look at us, look at us".

Witness Aimee Payton told Fox59: 'We knew it was something beyond just being drunk or was something heavy duty.

Noah Batz was originally arrested, WISH-TV reports, on suspicion of battery resulting in injury, disorderly conduct, resisting law enforcement, intimidation, public indecency, criminal mischief, obscene performance, incest, attempted auto theft and unlawful entry of a motor vehicle.

The assistant manager of the apartment complex stated that she observed the brothers "passionately making out" in front of a dumpster as residents were being advised to stay away from the two.

Payton also says that as she tried to walk away and get into her auto, Noah Batz punched her in the face. Noah Bath reportedly then punched her in the face, leaving her with a "large knot" on her forehead.

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Fultz was released on bond the same day she was arrested and is awaiting another court appearance for her lewd actions. Of question is what motivated the two women to exploit the man along with abusing their authority of trust and power.

They were also filmed jumping on cars during the weird incident, and residents were advised by police to keep their distance from the pair.

Noah allegedly assaulted one woman and threatened another.

Timothy, 21, and Noah, 24, later told police they were under the influence of magic mushrooms and marijuana.

After the arrests, officers went to secure Timothy Batz's apartment and found the door open, with clothing, broken glass, broken dishes and blood on several of the walls, according to court documents.

The two men are also charged with causing more than $700 in damages to the vehicles in the parking lot.

Both are expected to appear for a pretrial conference May 8, according to online court records.

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