Munoz was charged with robbery for physically taking an electronic cigarette from Colflesh’s pocket, police said.
A second fight happened that morning on the porch of the house between about eight other SUNY Plattsburgh students and fraternity members, police said.
Someone in the group brandished a knife, but no one was stabbed, Racicot said.
A baseball bat and hockey stick were also found to have been carried by some in the fight, but no serious injuries resulted from their use, the chief said.
Munoz’s recommended sentence has several provisions.
It would include three years of probation, payment of restitution and fines and submission of a DNA sample, Padula said.
That sentence would also require Munoz to undergo an alcohol evaluation and perform 100 hours of community service, she said.
Should that sentence be delivered by the judge, an order of protection would be put in place to protect Colflesh.
BACK IN COURT
Feldman’s next appearance in Plattsburgh City Court is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. March 26. His attorney is Matt Favro.
Simmons and his attorney, Allan Cruikshank, are scheduled to be in City Court at 8:30 a.m. March 28.
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