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“Brawl” Breaks Out at Golden Eagle Diner Causing Damages

A fight involving five men early Sunday morning caused damages at a popular dining spot and Bristol Borough police are investigating. 

Bristol Borough Police Chief Steve Henry said a large fight took place around 2:45 a.m. Sunday morning  at the Golden Eagle Diner. 

Officers were able to identify five individuals that were involved in the disturbance, Henry said. 

Community sources contacted this publication Sunday morning saying “a really bad brawl that left at least one person bloodied.” 

A second non-witness to the fight told the publication “there are lot of cops at the Eagle Diner and they’re not there to eat.” 

During the fight a table, dishes and glasses were damaged Henry said. 

No information was provided as to whether anyone involved received medical treatment. 

Police are continuing their investigation, once it is determined as to who was involved and to what extent they will be cited for their actions,” the Borough Police Chief said. 

A review of online court documents Tuesday morning noted no arrests have been made since the brawl occurred. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Brawl” Breaks Out at Golden Eagle Diner Causing Damages

A fight involving five men early Sunday morning caused damages at a popular dining spot and Bristol Borough police are investigating. 

Bristol Borough Police Chief Steve Henry said a large fight took place around 2:45 a.m. Sunday morning  at the Golden Eagle Diner. 

Officers were able to identify five individuals that were involved in the disturbance, Henry said. 

Community sources contacted this publication Sunday morning saying “a really bad brawl that left at least one person bloodied.” 

A second non-witness to the fight told the publication “there are lot of cops at the Eagle Diner and they’re not there to eat.” 

During the fight a table, dishes and glasses were damaged Henry said. 

No information was provided as to whether anyone involved received medical treatment. 

Police are continuing their investigation, once it is determined as to who was involved and to what extent they will be cited for their actions,” the Borough Police Chief said. 

A review of online court documents Tuesday morning noted no arrests have been made since the brawl occurred. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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