NORWALK, Conn. — Two brothers were charged with fighting on a street corner across from the Norwalk police station, police said.
A motorist reported a fight in progress at Monroe and Chestnut streets Sunday night, police said. When officers arrived, the fight was over, police said.
Officers were told that Norwalk resident Jouzer Sanchez-Castillo and his brother, Bridgeport resident Bryan Sanchez-Castillo, had been involved in a physical altercation over a rumor, police said.
Officers found Jouzer on the corner with a woman, police said, and Bryan was inside a Monroe Street residence. Both had sustained facial injuries from the fight, police said.
When emergency medical personnel arrived, Bryan threw himself to the pavement and refused medical attention, police said.
Bryan yelled profanity to officers on the way to the station and threatened officers with a fight if they took off his handcuffs, police said. He also spit blood into an officer’s face during booking, leading to on an assault on a police officer charge.
Bryan was charged with possession of under four ounces of a hallucinogen or marijuana, assault on a peace officer, third-degree assault and interfering with an officer. His bond was set at $15,000, and his court date was March 7, police said.
Jouzer was charged with third-degree assault, disorderly conduct and possession of under four ounces of a hallucinogen or marijuana. His court date was March 7, and he was released on a promise to appear, police said.
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