7 cited in Lakewood baseball brawl plead guilty

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LAKEWOOD, Colo. -- Seven of the adults cited in connection to a large brawl at a youth baseball game in Lakewood last month have pleaded guilty, according to court documents.

A total of 12 people -- 11 adults and one 16-year-old -- were cited in the June 15 fight.

A video of the fight released by police gained national attention.

The following six people have accepted plea deals:

  • 30-year-old Melissa Marie Irizarry of Lakewood
  • 29-year-old Manuel Miramon Garduno Jr. of Denver
  • 27-year-old Martina Marie Garduno of Denver
  • 30-year-old Anaise Ann Amaya of Lakewood
  • 26-year-old Darren Jearld Garduno of Denver
  • 47-year-old Manuel Miramon Garduno Sr. of Denver

Additionally, 55-year-old Ernest Gabriel Vigil of Denver pleaded guilty but was not offered a diversion program.

The conditions of the plea deal will be set in court on Sept. 4.

Should anyone violate the terms of the plea deal, they would face a full sentencing: a $2,650 fine and up to 364 days in jail. However, if they successfully fulfill the conditions of the plea deal, their records will be cleared.

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