Port Charlotte restaurant brawl results in 3 arrests
PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. - A brawl at a Port Charlotte Denny's Restaurant early Sunday morning resulted in three arrests.
Charlotte County deputies arrested two Nokomis men and an Arcadia woman for a fight that sent another woman to the hospital
Charged in the fight are 22-year-old Anreka Shana Bristol, 25-year-old Radrick Latron Outing and 28-year-old Eddie Lee Outing.
Deputies responded to a call about a disturbance in the restaurant parking lot. When they arrived the manager came out and said people were fighting inside.
Radrick Outing was arrested when deputies saw him pick up a table and act is if he were going to throw it at a group of people fighting. Deputies ordered him to drop the table and when he did Outing turned to the deputy in an aggressive manner and he was tased. Cocaine was found in his front pocket.
Deputies saw Bristol hit a woman in the face with a chair and then push her into a booth, punching her in the face several times. Deputies used a taser on her when she refused to stop. Deputies say that victim, who was treated at an area hospital, was simply a spectator in the restaurant.
As was arrested the other brother, Eddie, picked up a chair and held it over his head. When he refused to drop it he was tased as well.
Several tables, chairs and a podium sustained about $300 in damages. All three were transported to the Charlotte County Jail. Bristol was charged with Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon (chair), Resisting an Officer and Criminal Mischief. She posted a $9,000 bond. Radrick Outing was charged with Possession of Cocaine, Affray, Criminal Mischief, Resisting an Officer and Disturbing the Peace; he was released on $7,250 bond. Eddie Outing, his sixth booking, posted a $3,000 bond on charges of Resisting an Officer, Affray, and Criminal Mischief.