Man Who Swung Chair In The Montgomery Riverfront Brawl Won’t Serve Jail Time


In August, Reggie Ray became well-known on social media after a recording captured him swinging a chair during a group fight. The incident happened at the Montgomery Riverfront.

On Monday, Dec. 11, Ray pled guilty to a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge. He has now been sentenced to 90 days in jail suspended. This ultimately means that Ray won’t serve any time behind bars. However, he will have to perform 50 hours of community service and pay court fees of $357.

Ray was one of five people who was charged in the three-on-one attack of a riverboat captain, Dameion Pickett. However, reports indicate that the first fight was with the co-captain and had stopped prior to Ray swinging the chair, smacking a man and a woman.

The four other other defendants involved in the fight were also ordered to perform community service and pay fines for their role in the brawl, as well.

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