JACKSONVILLE, Ark. – Two men remained at the Pulaski County jail on Tuesday accused of picking up two runaway girls at a Jacksonville restaurant then taking them to a park and sexually assaulting them, according to a police report.

Jacksonville police arrested Raheem Wynne, 25 and Adrien Riley, 29, on Friday.

According to arrest reports, the two men picked up two girls, ages 12 and 14, at an Arby’s restaurant around 10:30 p.m. on March 30. 

The report states the men became aware that the girls had snuck out of the house and that the men supplied the girls with marijuana and smoked with them.

The report reveals details of the men taking the girls to Paradise Park in Jacksonville and sexually assaulting them. The report lists at least one other location where a girl was sexually assaulted again later in the night.

One of the girls was eventually dropped off at home around 4 a.m., according to an arrest report. When she got there an officer was at the home completing a missing persons report for her.

Wynne and Riley each had bonds set at $25,000, according to jail records.