WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- The identities of family members who were arrested on Saturday after a fight at Morton's Steakhouse were released on Tuesday.
Two members of the out-of-state family were accused of assaulting staff after being refused alcohol about 10:15 p.m.
Two other family members were charged with damaging property at the popular steakhouse located at 9 Maple Ave.
All four have been released on bail and are due back in court in May, the Westchester District Attorney's Office said on Tuesday.
Two staff members from Morton's, Sean Radlein and Edgar A. Gonzalez, were injured during the fight, according to police reports.
Richard J. Strisak, 26, of Ashburn, Va., placed Radlein in a choke hold and punched Gonzalez, according to the reports.
Strisak was charged with third-degree assault, criminal obstruction of breathing and two counts of second-degree harassment, police said.
Three other family members were charged as a result of the fight, property damage at Morton's or for obstructing police:
-- Adam Strisak, 30, of Leesburg, Va., was charged with third-degree assault and second-degree harassment.
-- Marshall Philip Strisak, 37, of Rockville, Md., was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief for his role in damaging property at Morton's.
-- Chelsea L. Strisak, 30, of Leesburg, Va., was charged with second-degree obstructing governmental administration for interfering with police during Adam Strisak's arrest.
The family reportedly became angry when they were told they would not be served any more alcohol, as reported earlier by Daily Voice.
Morton's employees told police the family attacked members of the restaurant staff and damaged property.
Robert Wolf, a spokesman with the Westchester County District Attorney's office, said that all four suspects were released on an unspecified amount of bail and are due back in court on May 6.
Morton's staff members were treated for their injuries at the scene, Wolf said.
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