Two Hastings teens were arrested after a violent fight broke out at during an Irvington house party on Friday, police said.
"Apparently the groups of youths from Hastings and Irvington had been experiencing ongoing issues," Irvington Sgt. Michael Foley said. He did not believe either group had gang allegiances.
Police responded to a call about the fight on Manor Pond Lane at 9:42 p.m. and called for assistance from Dobbs Ferry police.
On Oct. 1, two Hastings residents—Andrew McGowan, 18, and Serafin Theodoropolous, 18, were arrested and charged with assault. The youths wer released on $500 and $1,000 bail respectively; they will return to court on Oct. 17.
One Irvington resident, who had been at the party, was found injured on Cyrus Field Road and was transported to the hospital. Otherwise, Foley said, there were no one was seriously hurt.
"We have heard allegations that there were weapons involved, including baseball bats and some sort of metal pipe or tire iron," Foley said.
Police also believe there was alcohol involved—though no summonses were issued for underage drinking because police did not witness any of the teens with alcohol.
The 30-to-50 teens at the party were all released to their parents that night.
Police are also investigating damages to three cars parked on Manor Pond Lane in excess of $2,500 and one car with damages in excess of $4,000.
The owners of the home on Manor Pond Lane were out of town at the time of the party.
Police continue to investigate this incident and hope to make more arrests this week.