Police ID 2 More in Fight at McCoy's Charity Game

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    Police in central Pennsylvania say they've identified two more people involved in a fight at a softball game benefiting Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy's charity.

    The Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era reports police on Thursday announced 25-year-old Lancaster resident Jonathan A. Koresko is accused of disorderly conduct and 26-year-old Lancaster resident Deanna R. Shudy is accused of simple assault.

    Earlier this week, police had announced disorderly conduct citations against two other people -- Matthew S. Koresko, 29, of Norristown, and Zachary J. Keene, 27, of Lancaster -- allegedly involved in the fight. It wasn't immediately clear if any of them had attorneys.

    Saturday's incident at Clipper Magazine Stadium was caught on camera. Police say one of the individuals had been creating a disturbance and that a fight ensued in the crowd after he was arrested.

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