Fourth suspect in Bourbon Street brawl, alleged member of 'New Boyz' gang, turns self in

Fourth suspect in Bourbon Street brawl, alleged member of 'New Boyz' gang, turns self in

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.

Video of the incident can be viewed here:  (*Warning: Video does contain graphic language*)

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.

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