Police charged a man who was trying to start fights with people at a downtown bar Saturday at night, and in a separate, unrelated incident on Monday, two people were charged after getting violent with each other at their home.
Police described the incidents with these accounts, including accusations not proven in court:
Saturday at Night Not All Right for Fighting
Police were called to Chéz Ernie’s Cafe at 12:38 a.m., Saturday (not technically “Saturday Night”) on a report of a fight in progress, but a police announcement didn’t say they found that.
They did find that a 20-year-old Bridgeport man was trying to start fights with several patrons, “making aggressive contact in the progress.” The man was issued a misdemeanor summons charging him with breach of peace. He is scheduled to appear Aug. 4 in state Superior Court in Stamford.
Although the man was too young to drink alcohol, police did not say they were aware he drank any.
Domestic Dispute on Monday
A report of a domestic altercation at 3:24 a.m., Monday resulted in two people with the same last name — one 35 years old, the other 33 — getting misdemeanor summonses charging them with disorderly conduct.
A verbal argument between the two, one became physical “with both parties being the aggressor at various times,” a police announcement said. Police did not indicate what violent acts they believe the two committed, and the announcement didn’t mention any injuries, minor or major, or even any marks on either of the individuals. The two are scheduled to appear July 26 in state Superior Court in Stamford.