South Jersey Bar Brawl Spills into Traffic on Route 30, Two Arrested
Cops in one South Jersey town had their hands full -- again -- with a bar brawl involving multiple people.
Officials in Mullica Township say for the second time in three weeks, cops were dispatched to the Bus Stop Bar and Nightclub on Route 30 for a report of a fight.
The department says, "Patrolman Longstreet was the first to arrive and observed two males standing over top of another male, punching him repeatedly. The altercation was taking place in the right lane of Route 30, obstructing traffic."
According to a press release, the officer ordered the assailants to the ground; one failed to comply and was arrested and charged with obstruction of justice.
In total, both men, whose identities were not released by police, who were allegedly throwing punches were charged with assault and were released on a summons.
Ironically, this is not the first time this particular officer has been involved in this particular situation at this particular club. This past April, Ofc. Longstreet was called to the same bar for the report of a fight that had also spilled-out into Route 30. In that incident, one man from Hammonton was arrested.