Three men were arrested at a restaurant in The Lodge at Pebble Beach Friday evening on suspicion of resisting arrest, battery, and public intoxication, according to the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office. The incident began at about 6:40 p.m. Friday in the Tap Room, a restaurant at the resort located at 1500 Cypress Drive, according to the sheriff’s office. A man who was apparently very intoxicated was asked to leave by a security officer at the restaurant. The man refused and struck the officer, who asked for sheriff’s deputies to assist. While trying to detain the suspect, two other intoxicated men also struck and tried to choke the security officer, according to the sheriff’s office. Deputies eventually arrived and took the suspects into custody with the assistance of a Taser gun. Two victims were injured during the incident. They suffered bruising, swelling and redness of the face, and bruising of the ribs, according to the sheriff’s office. Ron Usrey, 42, Shawn Usrey, 38, and Sila Lualemana, 46, were
arrested on suspicion of resisting arrest, battery, and public intoxication.
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