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Anonymous Tip Leads to Arrests in Alleged Killdare's Assault

Apr 28, 2015 05:17PM ● Published by Kevin

On April 4, 2015 at approximately 12:40 AM, a fight occurred Inside Kildare’s Pub where the victim was punched in the face and knocked unconscious by an unknown assailant, later identified as Jordan Powell (21).  During the course of the investigation surveillance system video from Kildare’s showed that the majority of the incident was captured.  This video was provided to the Newark Police to aid in the investigation.  On the video the victim can be seen being thrown to the ground by an off duty Kildare’s employee Johnathon Brown (24).  Powell is then seen punching the victim in the face causing injury.  Another person questioned during the initial incident was Jaxon Brown (24) who is a bouncer at Kildare’s and working this night.  Jaxon is the twin brother of Johnathon Brown.

During the initial stages of this investigation all persons involved denied knowing Powell.  A press release was distributed by the Newark Police and also posted on Facebook on April 10, 2015 of a still image of Jordan Powell.  Within one hour of being posted the Newark Police received an anonymous tip providing Powell’s name. The subsequent investigation revealed that Johnathon Brown, Jaxon Brown, and Jordon Powell are all brothers.  Powell was charged and released on April 12, 2015 for his involvement in the assault.  Johnathon and Jaxon Brown were charged and released on April 23, 2015 with Hindering Prosecution.

Jordon Powell, 21 of Salisbury, Md., was charged with third-degree assault and third-degree conspiracy on 04/12/2015 and released on unsecured bond. 

Johnathon Brown, 24 of Bear, was chared with hindering prosecution and released on unsecured bond.

Jaxon A. Brown, 24 of Bear, was charged with hindering prosecution and released on unsecured bond.

Information provided by Newark Police

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