SHREWSBURY, Mass. — Two Worcester residents and two Shrewsbury residents were charged Monday with disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace after a fight at a party on 9 Trowbridge Lane on Saturday, Shrewsbury police said.
Police responded to noise complaints at 3:30 a.m., said Officer Chad Chysna of the Shrewsbury Police Department. There, officers said they witnessed a group of about 20 people fighting in the street, with one male unconscious on the ground.
Upon seeing the officers, the people began to yell at police and attempted to fight them as well, police said. Nicolas Rodriguez of Worcester became aggressive, pointing his finger at Chysna and pushing the officer before being arrested, Chysna said in his report.
Tyrone Walker Jr. and William Stone, both of Shrewsbury, were sitting on the curb, yelling at police, Shrewsbury Officer Nicholas Perna said. Despite being told to remain seated, they approached police, who arrested them, police said. Walker had a knife in his possession, Perna said in his report.
Shrewsbury Sgt. Michael O'Connor said he arrested Felipe Carmona of Worcester after allegedly telling him at least three times to peacefully disperse. O'Connor said in his report that Carmona — described as weighing 350 pounds — refused to back away, "each time inciting others who were acting similarly."
Rodriguez, 21, of 24 Wall St., Apt. 3, was charged in Westborough District Court with resisting arrest, assault and battery of a police officer, procuring alcohol for a minor, keeping a noisy, disorderly house, disturbing the peace and disorderly conduct. He was released on $500 bail.
Carmona, 22, of 24 Wall St., Apt. 3, was charged with disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace. He was released on personal recognizance.
Walker, 19, of 33 Park St., was charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace and carrying a dangerous weapon. He was released on $500 bail.
Stone, 23, of 33 Park St., was charged with disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace. He was released on $100 bail.
All four are due back in court Sept. 21.