Police: Giants and Cowboys rivalry leads to 4 fans fighting, getting arrested, at Secaucus bar


The NFC East rivalry between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys led to four fans getting arrested after getting into a fight at a Secaucus bar, police said.

Blackjack Mulligans in Secaucus. Photo via Google Maps.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

Yesterday at 7:56 p.m., Secaucus police responded to Blackjack Mulligans, located
at 146 Front St.m on a report of a large fight in progress, Police Chief Dennis Miller said.

During the investigation, Richard McKenna, 29, of Haskell; Thomas Santiago, 52, of Jersey City; Dylan Messier, 24, of Totowa; Tyler Hering, 24, of Secaucus; were all charged with disorderly conduct.

Additionally, Hering was charged with possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose for using a chair as a weapon.

Miller said that the fight broke out between Giants and Cowboys fans, with two people suffering “significant injuries” and additional participants expected to be charged.

The Cowboys (5-1) defeated the New England Patriots 35-29 in overtime yesterday, while the Giants (1-5) lost to the Los Angeles Rams 38-11 in regulation.

Meanwhile, the Cowboys blew out the Giants last Sunday, coasting to a 44-20 victory.

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