NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - A final suspect in a violent Bourbon Street brawl, and alleged member of the 'New Boyz' gang, has turned himself in.
Enrique "Kique Wolf" Alvarado turned himself in to authorities on Monday morning
A multi-agency investigation has resulted in the arrests of four suspects involved in a February 1 brawl outside of a French Quarter nightclub, according to State Police spokeswoman Melissa Matey.
Demetrius Domingues, Potong Tom Davis Jr. and Jovon Murrey were arrested Friday morning at a home in Kenner. Alvarado eluded police until early Monday.
The altercation took place February 1 in front of the Bourbon Heat club in the 700 block of Bourbon Street. Police believe the fight was gang-related. All four suspects had outstanding warrants.
The video shows seven or eight bouncers from the club wearing red T-shirts exchanging words with several other people in the middle of the street. The manager of the club said it started when a group tried to enter the club but were being disrespectful and even displayed a knife.
It took New Orleans police about 20 minutes to respond to the scuffle that spilled outside of the nightclub. New Orleans Police Superintendent Michael Harrison blamed the slow response on a lack of manpower.
The arrests were a collaborative effort between the Louisiana State Police Bureau of Investigations, New Orleans Police Department, LASAFE Fusion Center, Louisiana Probation and Parole, and Jefferson Parish Criminal Intelligence Center.