Two men accused of attacking two others at a Cape Coral bar

Writer: Derrick Shaw
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Two men are accused of attacking two other men outside Diamond Billiards in Cape Coral last week.

On February 7, Cape Coral Police were called to Diamond Billiards on SW Pine Island Road after men were seen fighting outside the bar.

When police arrived they found two men injured from an unprovoked attack.

According to police, one victim was standing outside of the Diamonds Billiards when he was attacked by Nicholas Francis Brady, 38, with a glass beer mug, causing severe injuries to his head and hand.

Surveillance video shows the attack was unprovoked and that Jeffrey Clyde Montgomery Jr., 27, also struck the man with what appeared to the be brass knuckles.

The video further shows Montgomery Jr. with an object on his hand as he strikes the victim. Police say, during the attack, a second victim attempted to intervene and was struck by Brady with the glass beer mug and by Montgomery Jr. with the object on his hand.

The second victim had minor injuries and was treated at the scene.

The two suspects ran from the scene. Montgomery Jr. later returned to the bar to get his vehicle and officers arrested him. A warrant was issued for Brady.

On March 15, around 1:31 AM, a person called the Cape Coral Police to report Brady was at the Cape Clubhouse on Del Prado Blvd South.

At closing time, officers went into the bar to find Brady. He tried to leave through a back door holding a PVC pipe. Brady took off running for several blocks and eventually surrendered.

Montgomery Jr. was charged with two counts of Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon on February 8, 2019.

Brady was charged with Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon, Aggravated Battery, and Resisting Law Enforcement Officer Without Violence on March 15.

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