Police Make Several Arrests At Boca Raton's Blue Martini

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Boca Raton Police have been spending a fair amount of time at the

Blue Martini restaurant and bar at the Boca Town Center Mall.

On Thursday night, 29 year old Camilo Echavarria was arrested after creating a disturbance in the parking lot and then, police say, refused to leave after being issued a trespass warning.

Then, on Friday night, a 20 year old woman and a 24 year old man were arrested for fighting with each other while on a date. According to police, the woman admitted to punching and kicking the man in the face and side and the man pushed the woman to the ground twice following what police are calling the initial battery. Both were turned over to the Palm Beach County jail.


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