Dobbs Ferry Police received a report just before 10 p.m. on September 1 from a 17-year-old Children's Village resident who said two males had assaulted him that night.
After interviewing the youth, police reported one of the suspects had punched a fellow resident in the the face, while a second juvenile suspect tackled him to the ground.
Police said both the 14-year-old juvenile and the 16-year-old suspect beat, punched and kicked the 17-year-old after he was tackled to the the ground.
The victim was treated for abrasions and lacerations to his eye, back and elbow on-campus.
The 16-year-old was arrested and charged with Assault in the Third Degree. The 14-year-old received a juvenile delinquency charge.
Both were arraigned and released on their own recognizances with returnable family court dates. Police said at the court appearance, the judge issued an order of protection for the complainant.
However, upon returning to the campus, police said the 16-year-old threatened the victim again. He was therefore re-arrested the following day and charged with Criminal Contempt in the Second Degree for alleged violation of the order of protection.
He was arraigned on the new charge and remanded to Westchester County Jail on $250 bail.