Three young men have been arrested in Wheatland in a beating that took place early in the month.

Wheatland Police Chief Randy Chesser told K2 Radio news that on March 6th, a man was invited to a home in town, and when he arrived, was tied up, his hands bound with zip ties,  and beaten for the next two hours.

They then, let him go.

The three arrested have been charged, two with aggravated assault and felonious restraint, and the third with being an accessory to those two crimes.

Police have no motive yet, though some have told them it was over a relationship.