Two remaining suspects in the massive brawl that took place at a boat dock in Montgomery, Alabama, have been taken into custody. Allen Todd, 23, and Zachery Shipman, 25, turned themselves into the police on Wednesday evening.
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A third suspect, 48-year-old Richard Roberts, had already turned himself in on Tuesday. The brawl erupted at the dock for the Harriott II riverboat, owned by the city of Montgomery when a moored pontoon boat blocked the larger vessel from docking at Riverfront Park.
The confrontation escalated as the riverboat’s captain attempted to locate the owners of the pontoon boat using a public address system.
The co-captain of the riverboat tried to move the pontoon boat himself, triggering the fight. Viral video footage captured a passenger from the pontoon boat hitting a dock worker, leading to further altercations involving crew members and bystanders.
While only three individuals have been charged so far, Reggie Gray, 42, is being asked to contact the police for an interview regarding his involvement in the incident.
Montgomery police Chief Darryl Albert expressed his desire for the city to overcome this incident and maintain its positive image. The FBI has joined the investigation, indicating the seriousness of the case.
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey also condemned the violence, describing it as “absolutely unnecessary and uncalled for.” The extent of injuries sustained by those involved in the brawl remains unknown.