Derby police arrest 2 after assault outside tavern
DERBY - Two men have been arrested following an assault near the River Rock Tavern on Friday night.
Lt. Salvatore F. Frosceno said police were called to a Bank Street address Friday night on a report that someone was being assaulted.
“That assault victim ran (around the block) into the River Rock Tavern. His two assailants chased after him and waited outside. After a short time the victim went back outside and was again assaulted,” Frosceno said.
The police investigation led to the arrest of two people.
Joseph Lamb, 24, of Everette Street in West Haven and Keshon Earl, 27, were was charged with second-degree assault, conspiracy to commit second-degree assault and and breach of peace.