Four men arrested after yelling homophobic slurs and beating up a man in Louisville

The man was found bleeding from his face and mouth following the attack


Words: Steve Brown

Four men were arrested after they beat and robbed a man because of his sexual orientation.

According to arrest reports, the attack took place over the weekend in Louisville after police were called following reports that a group of men were attacking another man, WDRB reported.

When they arrived they found a man who was bleeding from his face and mouth and he told officers that four men punched and kicked him until he fell to the ground.

The men allegedly were yelling homophobic slurs at him and they stole his phone and wallet.

Shaun Logsdon, 29, Aaron Cox, 32, Christopher Philpott, 31, and John Hamilton, 37, were immediately arrested.

According to reports, the victim lived with two of the men and was able to identify them by name. They were all charged with first-degree robbery.