Two young men were reportedly arrested last week after crashing a quinceañera at Placer County Fairgrounds, and then starting a fight after they refused to leave, according to an official press release from the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.
Zenon Isidoro, Jr., 18, and Marcos Rojas Diaz, 22, both of Sacramento County, were reportedly arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon. Isidoro was reportedly booked at the Placer County Jail, while Diaz was reportedly booked at the Sacramento County Jail.
According to Placer County Sheriff, on the evening of Saturday, May 24, 2014, deputies were called to a report of a large fight and disturbance at Placer County Fairgrounds. Officers reportedly found two men, who had not been invited to quinceañera going on at that time, had refused to leave and a fight started. One of the suspects reportedly hit a party attendee in the head with a bottle, while the other suspect reportedly stabbed another attendee several time. Four people in total were reportedly sent to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries, and the suspects had reportedly fled the scene before officers arrived.
After several days of investigation, detectives reportedly identified the two suspects as Isidoro and Diaz. Placer County Sheriff detectives, along with Sacramento County Sheriff’s Major Crimes Bureau, reportedly served arrest warrants for both men at their homes, and both suspects were reportedly arrested without incident.