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Police Break up Fight at Del. Restaurant


NEW CASTLE, Del.– Police arrested two men Sunday morning outside a Mexican restaurant after investigating the business for serving alcohol after hours, according to the Delaware Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement.

Humberto Lopez-Gonzalez, 36, of Warwick, Md., was charged with offensive touching and disorderly conduct and David Sosa Reyes, 28, of Wilmington, Del., was charged with disorderly conduct.

The two suspects were fighting outside Mi Cosina Mexican Restaurant on South DuPont Highway when police tased Lopez-Gonzalez, who was on top of Reyes punching, according to DATE.

DATE agents, who were already on the scene to investigate prohibited after-hour alcohol consumption, saw numerous people outside hitting each other with buckles, officials said. When they went outside to stop the fight, many ran away, leaving the two men fighting.

Emergency responders took Lopez-Gonzalez to Christiana Hospital for injuries and released him, according to authorities, who released Reyes as well.

DATE said it will continue to take sanctions against the restaurant’s liquor license.

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