Police make more arrests in EPTX bar brawl

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EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — Four more arrests were made in connection to a beating outside of an East El Paso bar that was caught on video.

The El Paso Police Department announced on Friday that Jovani Salas, 19, and Christopher Turner, 33, were arrested in El Paso on Wednesday. Law enforcement arrested Isiah Slater, 20, and Khalil Mann, 25, in Lewisville, Texas, on Friday and will be transported to the El Paso County Detention Facility in downtown El Paso.

Jovani Sals and Christopher Turner were arrested on alleged connections to a fight outside EPTX bar on May 17. / Courtesy of the El Paso Police Department

There are now a total of six arrests made in a fight that left local martial arts instructor Jose Campuzano, 36, with severe injuries. A video of the brawl was captured outside the doors of EPTX Bar in the 1500 block of George Dieter Drive.

Last week, police arrested Shakoor Tate, 29 and Onami Broyles, 30 for their alleged involvement in the fight.

EPPD says there is a second victim in the case, Joe Newberry, 29, who was reportedly also attacked and robbed during the altercation. Tate and Broyles are facing a charge of engaging in organized criminal activity and aggravated robbery.

Salas was placed under arrest and charged with aggravated robbery of Newberry and Turner was arrested for allegedly using a credit card stolen from Campuzano.

Salas faces a charge of engaging in organized criminal activity and aggravated robbery with a bond of $500,000. Slater faces the same charge and bond.

Mann faces an aggravated robbery charge with a bond of $500,000 and Turner faces a charge of credit card abuse with a $5,000 bond.

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