A third man has been charged in relation to a large fight outside Five Guys Burgers and Fries during which a woman was shot in the head and a man was shot in the leg.
LaQinn R. Harris, 22, of 732 McKenzie St., remains in York County Prison on $50,000 bail and a state probation-violation detainer.
He's not accused of participating in the gunfire that critically injured 31-year-old Glenniece Banks outside the Route 30 restaurant about 2:45 a.m. Sept. 2.
Police said about 150 people were gathered in the restaurant parking lot when violence erupted.
York City detectives said Harris was one of several men who participated in gang-related beatings that preceded the shooting. He was arraigned Monday on charges of aggravated assault,
Two York City men associated with the city's Parkway crew suffered injuries while being beaten and boot-stomped by several men associated with the city's south-side crew, according to charging documents. "Crews" are loosely organized neighborhood gangs.
Injured: Niam Jamison and Donald Layton Jr., both 18, suffered injuries all over their bodies, police said, and Jamison also had two teeth knocked out.
A third man, Hakeem Kosh Sr., 22, of York City, was shot in the leg during the fracas, according to police, who said no arrests have yet been made in his shooting.
Police allege Harris participated in beating and stomping Layton, charging documents state.
Detectives have obtained arrest warrants for two other men accused of beating both Jamison and Layton.
They are Qui Swan, 25, and Maurice Atkinson, 29, both of York City, according to Lt. Tim Utley, who supervises the city detective bureau.
'Free-for-all': Detective First Class Jeff Spence described the assaults as a free-for-all.
He said he expects police will file more charges against other people for the beatings and shootings.
On Sept. 7, Eatmon was charged with shooting Glenniece Banks. His defense attorney, George Marros, said Eatmon is innocent of the shooting.
To try to convince police of that, Marros turned over two cellphone videos of the fight to detectives.
'Stomped': Police said those videos show Eatmon, Maddox, Atkinson and Swan attacking Jamison and Layton. The men were punched, kicked and stomped as they lay on the ground, police said.
The alleged attackers
Detectives said they are still reviewing the videos and continue to investigate, but for now stand by their allegations that Eatmon fired a gun that night.
Chief's ire: York City Police Chief Wes Kahley expressed frustration and anger that Eatmon was released on restricted bail Sept. 11 after being charged in Banks' shooting.
In response, the York County District Attorney's Office petitioned a county judge to revoke Eatmon's bail, but at a hearing on Sept. 17 Common Pleas Judge Richard K. Renn declined to change Eatmon's bail, court records state.
Eatmon's bail on the beating charges was set at $100,000 and he posted the amount, records
Any witnesses to the fights and shootings who haven't come forward are asked to call city detectives at 849-2219. Those with information on the whereabouts of Swan or Atkinson also are asked to call detectives.
-- Staff writer Liz Evans Scolforo can also be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.