Two Beaumont men are behind bars for aggravated assault in connection with a shooting at a car wash off Washington Boulevard in January.

Johnathan Benion turned himself in to police on Friday.

Beaumont police were able to locate the second suspect, Micah Hanna at a home in Houston because they received a tip from a citizen.

Hanna barricaded himself inside a home but he was taken into custody after a short standoff.

From the Beaumont Police Department:

You may recall during our press conference on Thursday, we announced that Micah Hanna and Johnathan Benion both had active Jefferson County Warrants for Aggravated Assault in connection with the January 2018 shooting at the car wash located at 3025 Washington. Yesterday, Johnathan Benion (AKA Johnny B) turned himself in. Working on a tip from a citizen, investigators located Micah Hanna (AKA Buster/Busta) at a residence in Houston. Hanna barricaded himself inside the residence, and after a short stand-off, he was taken into custody! The Beaumont Police Department would like to thank the community for their continued support as well as Jefferson County Warrant Division, Houston PD, and U.S. Marshals for their partnership in locating Hanna and taking him safely into custody! (Pictured below Hanna is on the left wearing black and Benion is on the right wearing orange).