Two nearly simultaneous fights outside a Kenosha bar led to felony charges against two people Monday.
According to Kenosha Police, officers were called to a fight outside Red Zone, 4814 Sheridan Road, at 1:22 a.m. Saturday.
Lt. James Beller said the first officers to arrive found a “chaotic scene,” with a large number of people in the parking lot and in the street outside the bar blocking traffic.
He said a large police response was needed to get the scene under control.
Beller said officers found an injured 52-year-old man and learned he was a RedZone security officer who was punched while trying to get a disorderly person to leave the area.
The man was knocked unconscious, and two teeth were knocked out.
Tevin Hoskins, 24, of Kenosha, was charged Monday with substantial battery in connection with that incident.
While officers were on the scene handling that incident, Beller said, a fight broke out between two women who were fighting with other patrons and with security personnel.
As officers intervened in that fight, one of the women is alleged to have head-butted a police officer, Beller said.
Robin Tennin, 32, of Waukegan, Ill., was charged Monday with battery to a law enforcement officer.