Street fightin’ chefs
I don’t think this helps downtown Waukesha at all.
Ramon Antonio Mitre “Tony” Hernandez, owner of D Mo’s Pasta and Chop House in downtown Waukesha, was arrested at about 2 a.m. Friday, according to police reports.
A 911 hang-up call plotted to Hernandez’s residence in the 300 block of Mill Reserve Drive, where officers met with two males, one of whom was bloody, reports state.
Police asked to check camera footage for a fight in front of a local bar about 15 minutes before the 911 call took place.
Hernandez, 29, was arrested at 1:50 a.m., but no charges have been filed.
George Wang, owner of Waukesha Tattoo, said the fight happened in front of his cameras:
I will be sharing that with the police if needed but it looks like a 6 against 2 and Chef Tony was knocked down first… Chef Nate then was getting beaten up by the six I think outside of the camera view.
I just hope nobody got seriously hurt. I also hope that this doesn’t prevent me from getting more of those awesome gyros.
But seriously, the domestic violence incidents and now this one are not going to help Chef Tony be very popular in the sleepy ‘Sha.
Update! George has an update from Chef Tony:
Update: Chef Tony said he was assulted by these guys. They asked for smoke, then a light and then money he remember.
This is what I can see on the video, there seemed to be some gesturing by the group of six toward the general direction of Tony, I can not verify what happened when the group surrounded Tony, I do see him fall violently and a guy kicking his head (?) viciously.
Okay, but Hernandez was arrested.