2 arrested in New Jersey wedding brawl
Updated On: Jul 30 2014 09:16:17 AM CDT
Two people were arrested following a brawl involving dozens of guests at a wedding in New Jersey.
Authorities aren't sure what started the brouhaha Sunday night in Middletown Township.
But when police arrived, they found 80 guests shoving each other and shouting on the street, according to The Star-Ledger.
Officers from nearby police departments had to be called in to help.
Order was eventually restored, according to The Associated Press, but authorities had to shut down the reception and ordered all guests to leave.
No one was injured. A man and woman were charged with disorderly conduct.
Authorities are investigating.
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