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Jackson restaurant turned upside down after brawl between two groups


A Jackson restaurant was turned upside down after a brawl between two groups broke out.The altercation happened Saturday at the Kickin’ Crab in Jackson. The video is shocking.The manager said there was a disturbance when customers began to argue from one table to the other.Customers started to pick up chairs and napkin dispensers to throw at each other.The altercation eventually led to a fistfight. Management called the police, but both groups left before they arrived.”It was very disruptive. I was concerned about the children that were involved when chairs were flying over them so I called the police,” assistant manager Stella Jones said.”If citizens out there recognize people in the video, I hope they’ll call up the police or the police station and let them know so we can track these people down and hold them accountable,” said Ashby Foote, Ward 1 Jackson City Councilwoman.The restaurant owner said that they turned over the video and pictures of each license plate to the police, but so far there have not been any arrests.

A Jackson restaurant was turned upside down after a brawl between two groups broke out.

The altercation happened Saturday at the Kickin’ Crab in Jackson. The video is shocking.

The manager said there was a disturbance when customers began to argue from one table to the other.

Customers started to pick up chairs and napkin dispensers to throw at each other.

The altercation eventually led to a fistfight. Management called the police, but both groups left before they arrived.

“It was very disruptive. I was concerned about the children that were involved when chairs were flying over them so I called the police,” assistant manager Stella Jones said.

“If citizens out there recognize people in the video, I hope they’ll call up the police or the police station and let them know so we can track these people down and hold them accountable,” said Ashby Foote, Ward 1 Jackson City Councilwoman.

The restaurant owner said that they turned over the video and pictures of each license plate to the police, but so far there have not been any arrests.

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