CLEVELAND - U.S. Marshals are looking for a man involved in a Cleveland bar fight that permanently blinded a waitress.
A group of men were asked to leave Charles’s Bar in Cleveland on July 22, but refused to go. According to the U.S. Marshals Violent Fugitive Task Force, an off-duty Cleveland officer told 27-year-old Marco Correa and his friends they should be on their way.
That angered the group, so they attacked to the officer and broke his jaw, Marshals said. The fight spread, leaving two people unconscious and a waitress blind.
Five people involved in the fight have been arrested, but Correa is still on the loose. He is wanted on four counts of felonious assault.
Correa is 5 foot 11 and weighs 175 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. Marshals said he may be hiding on Cleveland’s west side and his previous address is near the 3400 block of West 118th Street.
Anyone with information on Correa should contact the North Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force at 1-866-4WANTED. You can also text “WANTED” to 847411. Reward money is available and tipsters can remain anonymous.
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