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Three charged in fight outside bar

October 07, 2003|by DAVE McMILLION

INWOOD, W.Va. - Three people are facing charges following a large fight outside a bar early Sunday, according to West Virginia State Police.

The fight, which happened about 2:15 a.m., occurred at the Los Lobos club, which is in a former hardware store building on Pilgrim Street near the intersection of W.Va. 51 and U.S. 11.

When Troopers N.A. Harmon and J.B. Flanigan arrived at the bar, a large group of people was fighting outside the front entrance, said Sgt. David Boober.

Harmon saw four women fighting and Flanigan saw two other women fighting, said Berkeley County Magistrate Court records.

One of the women struck Flanigan in the chest and arm, and Harmon was grabbed by one of the subjects, according to court records.

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Police reports did not indicate what may have sparked the fights.

Charged were Santos Hernandez Torres, 25, of 123 Opequon Drive, Kearneysville, W.Va.; Susan Rae Goicchea, 30, of 228 East St., Winchester, Va.; and Teresa Loraine Torres, 38, of 108 Opequon Drive, Kearneysville, court records said.

Santos Hernandez Torres and Goicchea were charged with battery on an officer and obstructing and officer, and Teresa Loraine Torres was charged with battery and obstructing an officer, court records said.

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