Police: Man Slashes Two Men with Knife in East Windsor Fight
The suspect turned himself into police on Thursday, Feb. 28.
Charges have been filed by East Windsor Police against a participant involved in a large fit that occurred at the park on Westfield Road on Friday, Feb. 22.
Anthony Romero, of Trenton, turned himself into police on Thursday, Feb. 28 on outstanding warrants for two counts of aggravated assault with a knife, weapons offenses, and disorderly conduct.
Romero, 20, was a second suspect East Windsor Police were looking for involved in the large fight in East Windsor. According to police, the fight was a result of a dispute over a stolen bicycle.
When police arrived at the scene of the large fight the group involved had already dispersed. An adult male and juvenile male were located on Lincoln Avenue in Hightstown a short while later. Both had suffered lacerations to their torsos, which were reportedly caused by Romero assaulting them with a knife. The victims were treated at University Medical Center at Princeton and later released.
Romero was committed to Mercer County Corrections Center in default of $100,000 bail.
Pedro Lopez, 31, of East Windsor, was the first suspect to be charged in the relation to the fight. Lopez was charged with aggravated assault with a weapon for reportedly striking a juvenile victim with a wooden club.
This incident is still under investigation and more charges are expected to be filed.