An Alhambra resident suffered moderate injuries Sunday morning after being struck with a skateboard in a multiple-person fight on Park Avenue, according to .
Around 2:18 a.m. Sunday, police responded to a 10- to 15-person fight at the 600 block of Park Avenue. Officers arrived within two minutes and located two victims—both 24-year-old males from Alhambra—in front of 633 Park Avenue. One of the victims suffered severe lacerations to his head caused by multiple strikes from a skateboard, police reported. It was later reported that one of the subjects involved in the fight also had a baseball bat.
A police investigation revealed victims of the fight were involved in an argument with a large group seated in vehicles. During the altercation, several people from the vehicles joined in. One of the participants struck one of the victims on the head several times with a skateboard causing moderate injuries. As officers arrived on scene, several of the participants ran from the area.
An officer checking the surrounding area located one of the many suspects walking southbound on the 800 block of Fair Oaks Avenue. Police report the suspect, 20-year-old Miguel Garcia of Los Angeles, allegedy used a skateboard as a weapon. Garcia was later transported to the Pasadena City Jail and charged with 245 PC-assault with a deadly weapon resulting in great bodily injury.
If you have any information regarding this incident, please call South Pasadena Police Department at (626) 403-7270.