Fullerton Police Searching for 2 Men After Attack Leaves Man in a Coma

Fullerton police released surveillance footage Thursday and asked for the public’s help in identifying two men who can be seen assaulting three others, leaving one man in a coma.

Fullerton police provided this still image of surveillance footage that captured an assault in the 100 block of North Harbor Boulevard on Aug. 23, 2014. Police asked for the public's help in identifying two men who injured three others.

Fullerton police provided this still image of surveillance footage that captured an assault in the 100 block of North Harbor Boulevard on Aug. 23, 2014. Police asked for the public’s help in identifying two men who injured three others.

A fight broke out in front of the Tuscany Club in the 100 block of North Harbor Boulevard (map) on Saturday around 2 a.m., according to a Fullerton Police Department press release.   

“It’s believed that the altercation occurred as a result of the group of three males looking at the female companion of suspect No. 1 and No. 2,” Fullerton police Sgt. Kathryn Hamel said.

One man fell to the ground after being punched in the face and was transported to a local trauma center where he remains in a coma.

A second victim dislocated his shoulder, was hospitalized and later released.

A third man sustained minor cuts and bruises.

One of the two men police were searching for was described as white, about 6 feet tall, 210 pounds, in his mid-20s, with a muscular build, brown eyes, a deep voice and brown, spiked hair. He was clean shaven and wearing a white long-sleeve, collared button-down shirt during the assault.

The second man was described as a white or light-skinned Hispanic, 5 foot 8 inches, 180 pounds, in his mid-20s, with a clean shave. He was wearing a red T-shirt with unknown lettering.

“Suspect No. 2 has a very distinctive set of lines that are razored into the sides of his head,” Hamel said.

The men were accompanied by a female, possibly the first man’s girlfriend. She was described as having blonde hair and wearing a white tank top.

Anyone with information was asked to contact Detective B. Coffman at 714-738-5361 or email him at bcoffman@fullertonpd.org.