A party boat reveler has been convicted of murdering a promoter after an on-board brawl spilled into New York City’s tourist-friendly South Street Seaport. Londell Squire, 23, faces up to life in prison. His sentencing is set for May 17.
Keansburg police said the fight stemmed from an earlier altercation between two 18-year-old men.
Police Capt. Peter Leach told the Democrat and Chronicle of Rochester that the fight involved neighbors on a Rochester street.
The ruckus allegedly occurred before the school year began.
A brawl at a popular restaurant and bar in Union Square ended with one man hospitalized. It was an early morning police scene at the Coffee Shop and Bar at 16th Street in Manhattan’s Union Square.