UPDATE: Man Pleads Guilty to Fight at Charlottesville Restaurant

By: News Email
By: News Email
Deangelo Turner pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in connection to a fight outside Buffalo Wild Wings in Charlottesville. Antwan Chambers entered an Alfred plea on charges of attempted malicious wounding and several drug and weapons related charges.

Deangelo Sharice Turner

Oct. 29, 2013


Antwan Chambers, who police say was involved in a fight outside of the Buffalo Wild Wings in the Barracks Road Shopping Center that ended in a gun being drawn and fired, has entered an Alford plea on charges of attempted malicious wounded and several drug and weapons-related charges.

An Alford plea means that the defendant maintains their innocence, but admits there is enough evidence to convict them.

The fight happened on March 23, 2013.

Police say Deangelo Turner was also involved, but plead to a lesser charge Tuesday as well.

Turner was charged with unlawful wounding after the March 23rd fight at the restaurant in the Barracks Road Shopping Center.

On Tuesday, he pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor.

Turner was sentenced to serve six months in jail.

Chambers will be sentenced on February 14.

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