Charging Documents Reveal Additional Information About "Large Disturbance" In Towson
TOWSON - Charging documents for one of the eight arrested in Towson on Friday night have revealed additional details about the “large disturbance” outside the Towson Town Center.
Bezoir Montgomery, an 18-year-old from Reisterstown, was arrested at Friday’s out-of-hand new year’s celebration, along with seven juveniles.
Police initially responded to reports of a “large unruly crowd” in the Towson town Center. The crowd later left the town center and started assembling near the traffic circle.
FOX45 Obtained Montgomery’s charging documents, which describe a frantic scene and an assault near the Towson traffic circle.
“Charging documents say Montgomery was seen repeatedly punching an unknown male near the Towson Circle Friday night before kicking and stomping on the victim’s face,” FOX45 reports. “As Baltimore County Police chased and tried to arrest the teen, an officer fired his taser twice. The taser cartridges hit Montgomery’s puffy coat and never pierced his skin, the documents say.”
Baltimore County police have stated that the investigation is ongoing, and it is unknown at this time if the gathering was planned or spontaneous.
Police clarified on Monday that an official report would not be released due to the juveniles being involved in the incident.
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