LANGSTON, OK -- The search has ended for three suspects in a home invasion and robbery that happened Friday morning in rural Logan County.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Invesitgation says three masked men forced their way into a the home of two women Langston University students. The O.S.B.I. says two additional women were at the home at the time.
Family members of one of the victims say the other two women were not Langston students.
The O.S.B.I says the women were severely beaten by the suspects, sexually assaulted and held at gunpoint for several hours while the suspects ransacked their home.
"One of the suspects accidentally shot another suspect in the bottom," said Jessica Brown with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.
Brown says suspect Doug Hendrix, 21, was arrested and booked into the Logan County jail after being treated at a hospital for a gunshot wound.
One of the other suspects has been identified as 22-year-old Jamar Draper. The O.S.B.I. says Texas Rangers arrested him outside a hotel in Denton, Texas over the weekend. He's in the Denton, Texas County jail.
The O.S.B.I. says the third suspect is a juvenile who was also arrested over the weekend.