GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – Four juveniles who escaped from Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center were due in court Tuesday afternoon.

Investigators say the four suspects attacked an employee with a rock late Saturday and then escaped. They were arrested about seven hours later in Wheat Ridge

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The suspects have been identified as Zachary Oliver, 17; Antoin Griego, 17; Ridwan Hussein, 15; and Devon Sells, 14. All escaped at approximately 12 a.m. on Sunday.
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The district attorney has three days to decide about additional charges, including attempted murder in the case and there is a possibility some of the suspects could be charged as adults.

Resident Tim Hoffman saw the group as police caught up with them.

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“I heard somebody yelling there on the corner and I thought it was the neighbor yelling at his dog, but then I saw that it was a police officer yelling at four kids; tapped them down and handcuffed all four of them,” Hoffman said.

The employee, a 65-year-old man, is expected to make a full recovery.

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A total of 130 young men are housed at Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center.