Man arrested after fight at Fort Edward bowling alley

October 14, 2019 12:32 PM

State police dealt with quite the incident Friday night at the bowling alley in Fort Edward. They say after 31-year-old Timothy Souden of Hudson Falls was cut off, he slapped a beer out of the bartender's hand.

A man stepped in to intervene. Troopers say the two got into a fight and Souden ended up punching him in the face and biting the man's nipple. 


As he was being escorted out, troopers say he threw a rock through a car's windshield. 

Souden was charged with felony criminal mischief and assault.


WNYT Staff

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