TUSTIN – An off-duty police officer and another man were arrested Monday after Tustin police responded to reports of a man with a firearm during a fight at a sushi bar, authorities said.
A reported assault at RA Sushi in The District shopping center led to a fight involving two groups of customers that spilled into a common area outside the business and resulted in one person drawing a weapon, Tustin police Lt. Paul Garaven said.
Police found two men, Roy Edward Rush and Paul Edward Mosley, and took them into custody.
Mosley, who authorities say is a Los Angeles Police Department officer who was off-duty at the time of the fight, was believed to be the man with the firearm, Garaven said.
Investigators believe Rush and Mosley are acquaintances who got into a fight with another group of people.
Garaven said the members of the other group were found but not arrested.
There was no indication of shots being fired during the fight, and no injuries were reported.
Mosley, 42, was arrested on suspicion of brandishing a weapon and battery. Rush, 36, was arrested on suspicion of battery.
By SEAN EMERY/ ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
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