Two suspects are in custody after Jake Harris, formerly of Discovery's Deadliest Catch, was allegedly beaten and robbed on Saturday night in Washington state.
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City of Everett Police Department official Aaron Snell confirms to ET that the "suspects were arrested last night in Spokane, [Washington] and they will be transported over to the west side of the state which to my understanding is scheduled to happen today."
Harris has been working with local authorities since the incident. According to a police news release, Harris says he was getting a ride home from a man and his girlfriend, when the man allegedly started assaulting Harris as the woman drove. Harris then says he blacked out and woke up on the side of the highway with $2,400 missing. While Harris initially declined to be taken to the hospital, he was later admitted to the ICU to receive treatment for his injuries.
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According to police records, the suspects in custody are Amanda Ritter, 30, and Jorel Fultz, 2.
After the incident, Harris' brother, Josh Harris, shared updates to Facebook Live, claiming that the suspects, "beat him pretty good," and "left him for dead."
Josh added that his brother is "bleeding out of his brain currently" after suffering "brain trauma" from the incident.
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Deadliest Catch shared words of encouragement from the show's Facebook page on Monday, writing, "Please join us in wishing Jake Harris the best with his recovery."
Harris appeared on the TV show from 2006-2012.
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