Father and daughter arrested after fight at bar

A 54-year-old man and his 30-year-old daughter were arrested early Sunday morning following an altercation at the Brass Monkey bar in Marathon.

Keith Warren Crews and Grace Ann Crews, both of Marathon, were both charged with battery and resisting arrest.

Multiple Deputies responded to the bar at approximately 1:30 a.m. regarding a battery.

The victim stated Grace Crews took her seat at the bar, which spurred a verbal disagreement.

The victim stated Grace Crews eventually kicked her and punched her in the face. Deputies noted a fresh bruise under the victim’s eye.

Grace Crews initially refused to provide her identification or give her name or date of birth.

While Deputies spoke to Grace Crews, her father — identified as Keith Crews — mother and brother began to interfere with Deputies as they placed her in custody.

Keith Crews did not obey Deputies’ commands to back up and began to loudly curse at them.

Keith Crews tensed up and pulled away when Deputies went to detain him.

Both Crews were taken to jail.

Man cited for illegal snapper

A 22-year-old Homestead man was given a mandatory notice to appear in court citation Sunday after he was found to be in possession of undersized mangrove snappers.

Sgt. Robert Dosh was patrolling Card Sound Road where saw Christian Noya-Salgueiro fishing.

Noya-Salgueiro had a fishing license, but did not have a measuring device.

Three mangrove snapper found in his cooler measured under the required 10 inches.

Noya-Salgueiro stated he did not know what kind of fish he was catching.

The illegally harvested snapper were returned to the water dead.

For more information on fish regulations go to www.myfwc.com

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