By Kelsey Givens
Three people were arrested after a brawl broke out on San Lorenzo Street Monday night.
Richard Oliver, Kelly Lynn Oliver, 42, and Anthony Denton Oliver, 21, were taken into custody after a fight with a neighbor allegedly escalated.
According to a declaration of arrest in the case, a Nye County Sheriff’s deputy was called to the area around 7 p.m. on a report of a fight.
When the deputy arrived and separated the people involved, she spoke with them individually.
Kelly reportedly told the deputy the fight had started when she saw a man from next door riding her daughter’s bicycle outside.
She allegedly told the deputy she had no part in the physical part of the fight, but had exchanged words with the man.
Richard then told the deputy he was in the process of leaving the area with two juveniles in the car when he quickly returned after seeing Kelly was arguing with someone.
He then claimed that the neighbor began the physical fight that ensued between himself, Kelly and their son Anthony.
The deputy then spoke with the neighbor, who is being listed as the victim in this case.
He told her the fight started when Richard charged at him and that Kelly and Anthony allegedly joined the fight afterwards, also beginning to hit and scratch the victim.
After attempting to go back into his residence, the victim and his girlfriend reportedly told the deputy the Olivers had come into the home and attempted to pull him out after he had gone inside.
Another person in the residence as well as two other witnesses reportedly told the deputy they heard and saw people fighting inside the victim’s garage, although the Olivers deny ever entering his garage or home during the fight.
According to the report, Richard had marks on him consistent with being in a fight.
Kelly reportedly had a dry spot of blood on her from an injury to her finger and Anthony, though he claimed he had only jumped in to break up the fight, had injuries on his arms, hands and around his upper neck area that he could not explain.
All three were arrested on location and transported to the Nye County Detention Center.
Kelly and Anthony’s bail was set at $5,637 each.
Richard is also being held on a warrant and his bail for these charges and the warrant was set at $11,012.
All three remained in custody as of Tuesday.