ST. GEORGE, Utah – Police officials made 11 arrests Wednesday in connection with a bar fight involving two motorcycle clubs, and after asking the public for help, officials arrested a 12th suspect Thursday who had been at large.
According to information from the St. George Police Department, the arrests stem from a fight that broke out at the One and Only, a bar located at 64 North 800 East, on August 24.
Police initially made 11 arrests and then were searching for Brent Taylor, who was wanted for a felony count of inciting a riot. Sgt. Sam Despain of the St. George City Police Department told FOX 13 News Thursday evening that Taylor had been arrested after authorities made contact with him.
The altercation at the bar began after some of those involved allegedly insulted others. Members of two motorcycle clubs, Eastside MC and Brothers of Legion MC, were involved in the fight with two other males. A man was stabbed during the fight, and police stated: “Some members of the motorcycle clubs acted in concert with each other and engaged in violent and tumultuous behavior that resulted in a victim being stabbed and suffering bodily injury.”
According to St. George police, the following individuals were arrested Wednesday after being served with warrants by St. George police, Washington County Sherriff’s Office, Homeland Security and the US Marshals. The individuals listed below were served with warrants for inciting a riot as a third-degree felony.
Zachery Babcock – Washington City
Austin Sharp – Toquerville
Steven Neal – Washington City
Zachary Humphries – Washington City
Ramsey Campos – St. George City
Scott Wells – St. George City
John Benyo – St. George City
Chase Smith – Ivins City
David Mangold –Washington City
David Davenport – St. George City
Heather Sheppick – St. George City