Port Charlotte, Florida (News-Press) -- Charlotte County deputies arrested two men and a woman they say were involved in a brawl at a Port Charlotte Denny's on Sunday.
Deputies responded to the Tamiami Trail restaurant shortly after 2 a.m.
say they found 25-year-old Radrick Outing inside the restaurant,
where he picked up a table as if he was going to throw it at a group
of people fighting. He was ordered to stop and finally dropped the table... but he then began acting aggressively toward the deputy, who used a Taser on Outing.
A search of Outing located a
plastic baggie in his front pocket that contained cocaine, according to
the sheriff's office report.
During the melee, deputies also saw Anreka
Shane Bristol, 22, hit a 29-year-old woman in the face with a
The report states Bristol then turned over tables and began attacking the victim. She allegedly pushed the woman into a booth, got on top of her
and punched her several times in the face.
Deputies ordered Bristol to
stop and when she did not comply, they again used a Taser to subdue the suspect. Bristol was placed under arrest and the victim was taken to Fawcett
Memorial Hospital. She was later released.
Deputies said the victim was
not involved in the fight, but was only a spectator in the restaurant.
As Bristol was being arrested, the victim's brother, 28-year-old Eddie Outing picked up a chair and held it over his head as if he was going
to strike someone. He was ordered to stop but would not put the chair
down; he allegedly went toward the deputy with the chair and for a third time, deputies had to use their Tasers.
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, in his sixth
booking, posted a $3,000 bond on charges of resisting an officer,
affray, and criminal mischief.