MPD Releases Video of Fight “Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (Chair)” from Mount Pleasant Saturday Night

don juan
1600 block of Lamont St, NW

From MPD:

The Metropolitan Police Department seeks the public’s assistance in identifying three persons of interest in reference to an Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (Chair) incident which occurred in the 1600 block of Lamont Street, Northwest, on Saturday, January 27, 2016 at approximately 11:15 pm.

The victim at a local establishment and was approached by suspect one, who uttered a few words, and then abruptly assaulted him. During the assault, suspect two assaulted the victim with a chair. The assault continued, until the suspects fled the scene. The victim sustained non-life threatening injuries.

The persons of interest can be seen in this video:

Anyone who has information regarding this case should call police at 202-727-9099. Additionally, information may be submitted to the TEXT TIP LINE by text messaging 50411.”

12 Comment

  • “The persons of interest can be seen in this video.”
    .
    Uhhh. no.

  • 1-10 too many Negro Modelos for these muchachos- the big guy in the white shirt, off the top rope for that finisher, yeeeesh.

  • Last time I ate at Don Juan’s my tortilla chips were overly a-salted, too

  • Chair Fighting: a game of honor and diplomacy

  • I Dont Get It

    So there should be arrests made after every WWE event?

  • ABC suspended their liquor license for 96 hours after this fight- they were completely shut down but got permission to reopen carryout only.

  • Sad trombone. I came here expecting the chairs to have come from place-saving in street parking spots.

  • Don Juan’s is a popular restaurant in Mount Pleasant, and the MPD closure elicited an outpouring of support from residents. The MPD wanted to terminate the liquor license, declaring that the restaurant “severely endangers the residents and visitors of this city”. No, it doesn’t, said many Mount Pleasant residents, and ABRA declined to inflict any punishment beyond the 96-hour closure.

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