League City house party turns violent, leading to 4 teenagers' arrests, injuries to 3 others

Friday, September 15, 2023
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Issac Walton, Gregory Kearns, and two 16-year-olds are the four people accused of their roles in a League City house party brawl.

LEAGUE CITY, Texas (KTRK) -- The League City Police Department arrested four teenagers who are accused of assaulting three people at a house party early last month.

Isaac Walton, 17, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. His bond was set at $40,000. Police also arrested and charged 17-year-old Gregory Kearns with assault causing bodily injury. His bond was set at $2,500.

Two 16-year-old teens were charged with assault causing bodily injury.

Xavier Valdez, who was one of the teens assaulted, said he went to the party with his girlfriend and another friend.

The teens told ABC13 the party was held near Vega Court and Davis Road.

"I was pretty scared. It was really crazy. I couldn't see anything. They came up from behind," Valdez recalled.

Valdez said one of the teens pulled out a gun before he was knocked out himself. He told Eyewitness News his friend had to get staples in his head from being beaten with the gun. Valdez had a busted lip and other injuries.

"If the gun would have went off, he would not be here right now," Xavier's dad, Obed Valdez, said.

Obed hopes more of the teens who were involved in assaulting the three will be charged.

"Me, as a parent, I would want my son to do the right thing," Obed Valdez said about the other alleged perpetrators. "If my son would have done this, I'd have taken him to the police department myself."

League City police said in a Facebook post that detectives have completed their investigation.

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