PARMA, OH (WOIO) - Parma Police have arrested three people in connection with the March 9 attack of several employees at
Jermele L. Barkley, 35, and Albert W. Brown, 41, both of Lorain, appeared in court Tuesday afternoon after turning themselves in. Both have been charged with felonious assault and aggravated rioting. The judge bound both their cases over and set bond at $25,000 each.
Chakara L. Watts, 22, of Cleveland, was arrested last week in connection with this incident. Her case has been bound over to the
for possible charges. Police kept her arrest quiet so they could track down additional suspects.
"We did have substantial amount of video evidence to go over. There were a lot of people to be interviewed and some of those people were not cooperative so our detectives had to go the extra mile," said Lt. Kevin Riley with the Parma Police Department.
In addition to these three arrests, police also obtained an arrest warrant for a 22-year-old man who lives out of state. He fled to California after the incident, but is expected to surrender next week.
Mayor Tim DeGeeter attended a press conference Tuesday to praise the solid work of the Parma Police Department in the Chuck E. Cheese case.