Fulton (WSYR-TV) - Four people were arrested after Fulton Police say they were called to the scene of a fight involving a knife.
Police were called to the area of South Sixth and Rochester Streets at about 1:04 a.m. on Tuesday and say many people began running upon their arrival.
An officer used a taser gun to gain control of one of the suspects and police say an officer sustained a minor injury during the struggle, but did not seek medical attention.
Police say their investigation revealed that 21-year-old David Smith allegedly menaced several people with a steak knife during the fight.
The following people were charged as a result of the incident:
- David Smith, 21, of Emerson Avenue in Syracuse: Menacing 2nd, Criminal Possession of Weapon 3rd; a class D felony
- Gragory Bennett, 18, of Rochester Street in Fulton: Obstruction Governmental Administration 2nd, Resisting Arrest
- Tiara Hobart, 20, of Ontario Street in Fulton: Obstructing Governmental Administration 2nd, Resisting Arrest
- Kurt Decker, 20, of Cayuga Street in Fulton: Disorderly Conduct (2 counts)
Bennett and Smith were arraigned in Fulton City Court.
Smith was remanded to the Oswego County Public Safety Center in lieu of $1,500 cash/$3,000 bond.
Bennett was released on his own recognizance.
Hobart and Decker were released on appearance tickets, returnable on Oct. 24.