Brawling and Bleeding

| 02 Mar 2015 | 05:00

    A man suffered lacerations after an argument turned violent. At 1:35 AM on Saturday, August 17, a friend of the 37-year-old man got into an argument inside a restaurant on South Street. The 37-year-old tried to intervene, when the other party in the argument started punching him. While they were fighting, the victim started bleeding "out of nowhere." He suffered two lacerations, one to his forehead and one to the back of his neck. He later told police that he never saw a weapon, nor did he know he was cut right away. He was treated on scene by EMS and taken to Bellevue Hospital. Video was available of the incident.