BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Two Delray Beach brothers were both jailed after an alleged bathroom brawl.
Delray Beach Police responded to the 1500 block of Spring Harbor Drive in Delray for the report of a “mentally ill subject.” But officers, according to a report obtained by BocaNewsNow.com, found two people both apparently equally involved in a fight.
Tal and Ori Gilinsky — brothers — were both jailed on charges of battery.
From the responding police officer in the filed report: “I responded to 1510 Spring Harbor Drive in reference to a mentally ill subject. Upon arrival, I made contact with Tal Gilinsky inside the residence who advised prior to officers arriving on the scene, he got into a verbal dispute with his brother Ori Gilinsky over the usage of the bathroom. T. Gilinksy advised during the dispute that O. Gilinsky became upset and began yelling obscenities towards him. As a result, T. Gilinsky advised once he exited the bathroom O. Gilinksy began striking him several times in the face as the two quickly engaged in a physical altercation. While on the scene, I observed T. Gilinsky to have redness to his face and bruising to his chest area which is consistent with signs of a struggle.”
“I then made contact with O. Gilinsky outside of the residence who corroborated T. Gilinsky’s statement regarding the reasoning for the dispute that occurred, however, further advised Gilinsky approached him and attempted to engage in a physical altercation with him initially. As a result, O. Gilinsky advised he immediately defended himself by striking Gilinsky several times. While on the scene, I observed I. Gilinsky to have redness to his chest area which is consistent with signs of a struggle.”
“Based on my observations and the statements provided by both subjects, I was unable to determine the primary aggressor due to injuries on both parties and conflicting statements. It should be noted there were no independent witnesses or surveillance cameras in the area that would have captured this incident. Based on the facts, probable causes exists to charge Tal Gilinsky with Simple Battery and Ori Gilinsky with Simple Battery.”
The Galinksy brothers both posted bond. Court dates are pending.
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