CLEVELAND -- Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason called it a heinous crime.
Wednesday morning, James Gimenez, 28, of Cleveland, and Fred Correa, 23, of Cleveland, pleaded not guilty and their bond was set at $100,000 each.
They are two of the seven people accused of blinding a waitress, knocking two people unconscious and shattering a police officer's jaw in a July 22 bar fight at Charles Bar on Lorain Avenue.
Correa is the brother of Marco Correa, 27, of Cleveland, also wanted in connection with the bar fight.
U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force captured Marco Correa in Newton Falls just after 11 p.m. Monday with the help of the Trumbull County Sheriff's Office.
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Cleveland police were seeking Correa on four counts of felonious assault. He is alleged to be one of the people involved in a fight at the bar on Lorain Avenue.
WKYC-TV and the Cleveland media had profiled Marco Correa on Monday as the U.S. Marshals' Fugitive of the Week.
Four of the seven people who are accused of being part of the incident are women.
They are Krystal G. Napier, 24, of Cleveland; Leah L. Dennison, 21, of Cleveland; Melissa Cintron, 22, of Cleveland; and Nicole DiSiena, 24, of Lakewood. They have been arrested and charged.