Officers responded to Jura’s Pizza Parlor on Saturday night, after an alleged fight broke out during a fundraiser for Turlock Wrestling.
The Turlock Police Department responded to Jura’s, located at 309 N. Center St., at approximately 9:40 p.m. on the report of a disturbance.
A fundraiser was hosted at Jura’s during the televised MMA fight of local fighter “Lethal” Lewis Gonzalez to benefit Turlock Wrestling.
Turlock responded to the disturbance, which Turlock police spokesperson Sgt. Stephen Webb said was “more than likely a fight.”
When police arrived, the subjects involved in the disturbance had already left the area, said Webb.
Due to the subjects fleeing the area, little information was available from the Turlock Police Department regarding the incident, and no arrests have been made.
Editor’s Note – Aug. 12 11 a.m.: TurlockCityNews.com has corrected the article and headline per request of those involved in Turlock Wrestling, as the fundraiser was for Turlock Wrestling Club, which shares an active Facebook with Turlock High School Wrestling.