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Police Arrest Passengers on Limo Bus After Brawl

LCT Staff
Posted on September 9, 2008

MANCHESTER, N.J. – A bachelor party traveling in a rented limousine bus turned into a brawl early Sunday morning, leading to the arrest of a Toms River man on assault and weapon offenses, police said.

Police responded to a brawl involving 10 men, which broke out on a chartered limousine bus at 2:30 a.m. Sunday and arrested Euwanna D. Reeves, 30, said Capt. Brian Klimakowski.

The bus was returning from a bachelor party when Reeves became agitated with other passengers and began assaulting several of them, according to police. The driver pulled over on the side of Route 70, near mile marker 37, got out and called police, Klimakowski said.

Two men were struck with beer bottles and another was punched in the face, police said.

Reeves was also charged with possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, two counts of simple assault, and one count of criminal mischief.

Bail was set at $55,000 by Manchester Municipal Court Judge Phillip Miller. Reeves remained in the Ocean County Jail Monday morning, officials said.

Assisting the Manchester officers at the scene were officers from the Lakehurst Police Department, Ocean County Sheriff's Department Criminal Investigation Unit, MONOC Paramedics, and Quality Medical Transport.

Source: Asbury Park Press

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