White boaters attack a Black city worker, sparking a brawl in Montgomery Riverfront

A brawl erupted in Montgomery after white boaters attacked a Black city worker.
A brawl erupted in Montgomery after white boaters attacked a Black city worker.

Four active warrants were still outstanding as of Monday morning, according to Montgomery police, after many people were detained on Saturday night following a fight that broke out on a pier in Alabama.

After reviewing more video, there may be more, according to a statement from the Montgomery Police Department issued .

 

“Warrants have been signed and justice will be served,” Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed stated in a statement late Sunday.

According to Montgomery police, four active warrants were still outstanding as of Monday morning after numerous people were detained on Saturday night after a brawl broke out on a pier in Alabama.

According to a statement the Montgomery Police Department provided to USA TODAY, there might be more after analyzing further video.

 

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed said in a statement late Sunday that “warrants have been signed and justice will be served.”

Around 7 o’clock in the evening, police in Montgomery, Alabama, went to a disturbance at Riverfront Park after numerous individuals started fighting. Charges against other persons were still pending, according to the authorities.

Videos of fights at Montgomery’s Riverfront Park spread on social media

The Montgomery Advertiser stated that a pontoon boat was blocking the dock area required to park a riverboat in the incident’s footage, which was posted on social media on Sunday.

When a man charged the staffer and punched him, the confrontation got worse. When several other individuals attacked the employee, the two men started fighting.

After the altercation, additional fighting can be seen on a different video of a group of individuals approaching the pontoon boat.

Soon after the police arrived, they started detaining people. The names of those arrested have not been made public by the authorities.