Multiple arrests after fight at Club Liqwid
By Jessie Burchette
After another brawl at a South Main Street club, police plan to meet with state alcohol officials to get its alcohol permit revoked.
Salisbury Police, Rowan Sheriff’s Deputies and other agencies responded to what police described as “an extremely large fight” at Club Liqwid, 127 S. Main St., around 2 a.m. Sunday.
Two people were arrested and three were treated at Rowan Regional Medical Center for a variety of cuts.
Police Chief Mark Wilhelm said the first officer arriving at the scene found the front doors of the club broken out. Police later learned that two people were thrown through the door, breaking out the glass.
As officers arrived and worked to get the situation under control, they spotted one man going down the street kicking the side of police cars.
Deputy Joel Johnson who arrived shortly after 3 p.m. and parked on East Fisher Street, heard a loud noise, spotting the man kicking his patrol car.
Johnson gave chase and after several blocks caught Robin Worth Jr.
He was charged by the city and county with injury to personal property, and resist, delay and obstruct an officer.
Police also charged Donnichee Antonio Mason with resist, delay and obstruct.
The three people who were injured include: Cory Simmons, East Spencer; Stephen Mayes, Salley S.C., and Isaac Mayes, Salisbury.
Police described some of the wounds as deep requiring stitches to close.
Wilhelm said that police have been called to several incidents at the club in the past few months and it has become a nuisance.
He plans to meet with state Alcoholic Law Enforcement agents to discuss the permits for the business. He said police have no choice if the club can’t control its crowd.