BOWDOIN — Two men have been charged with aggravated elevated assault, a Class A crime, and a third suspect is still at large following an investigation into a Bowdoin party that turned violent.

Sagadahoc County Sheriff Joel Merry said the arrests were announced today because it took investigators a couple of weeks to sort through what happened on the night of Nov. 14 at a house on Main Road.

According to police, the early morning party, which included several underage drinkers, turned into a melee when Greg Pontoo, 26, and his brother, Shane Pontoo, 23, of Lewiston, attacked three other men with pool sticks and metal pipes.

Those men had to be hospitalized, including one man who suffered a serious head injury.

The Pontoos have been arrested and charged with elevated aggravated assault, but a third suspect, Jasheen Ameer Moody, 29, of Greene, remains at large. Moody is also wanted for elevated aggravated assault and has outstanding burglary warrants from Androscoggin County.

Anyone with information regarding Moody’s whereabouts should contact the Sagadahoc County Sheriff’s Office at 443-8532.