Unruly Crowd Leads To Several Arrests In New Rochelle

New Rochelle police responded to break up a crowd of people outside of Spectator Sports Pub in New Rochelle.
New Rochelle police responded to break up a crowd of people outside of Spectator Sports Pub in New Rochelle.

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – An unruly crowd outside of Spectator Sports Pub in New Rochelle over the weekend led to several arrests, including a misdemeanor charge for one Mount Vernon woman for interfering with police.

Police confirmed that early on Sunday morning, officers needed to be dispatched to the bar to break up a small mob of people after several patrons at the bar drank too much and became confrontational.

Five men were issued summons for disorderly conduct, a violation, while 23-year-old Mount Vernon native Whitney Richardson was charged with a misdemeanor count of obstructing governmental administration for her involvement in the incident.

According to police, 10 officers were sent to the scene shortly before 4:30 a.m. to break up the crowd.

Employees at Spectator Sports Pub declined to comment on the incident on Monday.

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Hello this so called incident had nothing to do with Spectators it was from the deli next door which is a hangout for groups. Spectators was closed at the time of this incident get your facts correct the cops only used Spectators name over radio because its a landmark in New Rochelle what are they going to say New Roc Deli that means they would go to more than half the delis in New Rochelle