Sonoma Man Arrested After Petaluma Pizza Fight

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    A 25-year-old Sonoma man was arrested for assault and other offenses after a brawl erupted in a Petaluma pizza restaurant early Sunday  morning.

    Officers responded to a reported dispute that broke out between one man and several patrons at New Yorker Pizza and Restaurant at about 1 a.m., according to Petaluma police.

    Uriel Caballero-Ramos allegedly punched several customers during the dispute, causing injuries that included an orbital fracture, a dislocated shoulder and minor facial injuries, police said.

    Some victims were treated at the scene and others were transported to Petaluma Valley Hospital.

    Caballero-Ramos allegedly fled the scene on foot when police arrived, but was quickly apprehended on Kentucky Street and taken into custody.

    He was booked into Sonoma County jail.

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