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Dewey Beach Police Arrest 5 In Sunday Morning Fight

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DEWEY BEACH, De.- Dewey Beach Police were called to the parking lot of the Ivy Restaurant by a fellow officer at 1:25 Sunday Morning for a fight.  Police say the officer reported 10 to 15 people fighting in the lot.  

The officer attempted to intervene, but called for backup as the crowd grew.  Officers arrived and the group moved to the North Beach parking lot, now numbering over 50 people, with various fights interspersed through the crowd.  Police say officers were involved in some of the fights while people in the crowd attempted to incite a riot and told people to fight the police.  Several officers were thrown to the ground and punched and kicked according to Dewey Beach Police.  Officers from the Delaware State Police as well as Rehoboth Beach Police Department arrived, and within ten minutes the scene was controlled.

One Dewey officer took moderate injuries, three others had minor injuries as a result of the fighting, all were treated and released at the scene.  Police arrested five people.  Four were committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution, the fifth was summonsed and released from the Dewey Police Department.

The arrests are as follows:

Christopher Harris (Black Male 23 of Lincoln DE)

Riot: Class F Felony

Resisting Arrest with Violence: Class G Felony

Assault Second Degree:  Class D Felony

Disorderly Conduct:  Unclassified Misdemeanor

Committed in Lieu of $6500.00 Bond  

Justin Johnson (Black Male 20 of Milford DE)

Resisting Arrest with Violence: Class G Felony

Disorderly Conduct:  Unclassified Misdemeanor

Under Age Possession/consumption of Alcohol:  Unclassified Misdemeanor

Committed in Lieu of $1000.00 Bond  

Raven Bacon (Black Female 21 of Ellendale DE)

Resisting Arrest with Violence: Class G Felony

Disorderly Conduct:  Unclassified Misdemeanor

Committed in Lieu of $500.00 Bond  

Gabrielle Knight (Black Female 18 of Milford DE)

Resisting Arrest with Violence: Class G Felony

Disorderly Conduct:  Unclassified Misdemeanor

Committed in Lieu of $500.00 Bond  

Latre Bonville (Black Male 22 of Greenwood DE)

Disorderly Conduct:  Unclassified Misdemeanor

Resisting Arrest:  Class A Misdemeanor

Summonsed and released.  Case Pending

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