Two arrested on suspicion of assault after fight

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Two alleged members of a motorcycle club were arrested on suspicion of felony assault after an investigation over the Memorial Day weekend. 

Jered Kearns, 32, of Chadron, and Keith Coomes, 43, of Rushville, were booked into the Dawes County Jail on suspicion of first degree assault after a victim reported an altercation to police while seeking medical treatment. They remained in jail Monday.

Officers responded to the Chadron Community Hospital May 27 and interviewed an adult male who said he sustained head and shoulder injuries during an altercation with four other men.

According to a CPD press release, the four men are reported to be members of the Tribesmen Motorcycle Club. Police suspect Kearns and Coomes of punching and kicking the victim, resulting in their arrest. Their bond was set at 10 percent of $50,000.

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