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Tully’s Scufflers All From Out of Town

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Tully’s Scufflers All From Out of Town

It turns out none of the people arrested near Tully O’Reilly’s Pub in Northampton at closing time Sunday are local.  Jose Rosa of Springfield was arrested inside the club after creating a disturbance.  Preston Charles of Brooklyn, New York  was busted for threatening a bouncer. Two men from Erving and Holyoke were arrested for fighting on the dance floor and resisting arrest.  At the same time, a half-dozen people were fighting in the parking lot of Union Station.  Three women from Turners Falls, Holyoke and Springfield were arrested in that altercation.

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