Rock Hill Nightclub and One Charged

Up to 100 People Brawl at Rock Hill Nightclub and One Charged, Police Say

Deputies saw as many as 100 people brawling in the parking lot of a Rock Hill night club early Saturday after a fight began inside and moved outside, according to a police report.

In the incident that began around 1:30 a.m. Saturday at a nightclub on Riverview Road, deputies responded after reports that a fight inside the club had moved out to the parking lot, a report from the York County Sheriff’s Office states.

Deputies estimated they found from 80 to 100 people “actively fighting in the parking lot” when officers arrived, a report states.

A trio of security guards told police that Patrick Demond Hope Seibles, 24, pulled a gun from his waistband and waved it around, the report states.

“At this time everybody yelled ‘gun’ ” and Seibles tried to flee before being stopped by security, police said.

A gun was found underneath a Dumpster, the report states.

Seibles denied involvement and also denied having the gun, deputies said. Based on witness statements, he was charged with unlawful carrying of a pistol, the report states.

The name of the club was not listed on the police report.