Man hurt, 2 arrested after Dave & Buster's brawl

Posted at 4:47 AM, Aug 19, 2016

SAN DIEGO - A man was taken to the hospital and two men were taken into custody after a brawl erupted outside of the Dave & Buster's restaurant in Mission Valley.

The incident was reported at about 12:30 a.m. at the restaurant on 2931 Camino Del Rio North, according to San Diego police.

Police said the man who was eventually hospitalized called 911 in the middle of the fight, with dispatchers able to hear it over the phone.

According to police, two men involved in the fight were spotted by a police helicopter as they ran onto westbound Interstate 8 near Texas Street.

Before being taken to the hospital, the injured man told police the two men attacked him and held a gun to his head. However, police believe the injured man may have been the person who started the brawl.

Police said they are searching for a possible gun involved in the incident.