Three charged in fight at alley
AMSTERDAM – An alleged assault on a disc jockey and bouncer at a town bowling alley led to three arrests May 16, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies said the following people were charged in the incident:
Alumayne Galloway, 21, of 29 High St., Amsterdam, was charged with assault and criminal impersonation
Robert Bethea, 26, also of 29 High St., Amsterdam, was charged with assault.
Franklin Bethea, 25, of 31 High St., Amsterdam, was charged with disorderly conduct.
Deputies said they responded to a call at Imperial Lanes about a large fight. Deputies said the disc jockey and bouncer were assaulted by Robert Bethea and Galloway, while Franklin Bethea tried to hit people with a glass bottle.
Galloway also gave a false name to deputies to hide his identity, authorities said.