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Re-arraignment rescheduled for Outlaw Saloon brawl suspects

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Today, residents were expecting to learn if almost a dozen people suspected of starting a brawl at a local bar could face more charges, but only one suspect showed up to court today.

Ten men and women who beat up three others were scheduled to be back in court this afternoon, for a re-arraignment hearing, meaning their charges could change. But because of the lack of attendance, it is rescheduled for June 5.

These are the ten suspects from the Outlaw Saloon bar brawl back in February. 

The Sheriff's department tells Tucson News Now the fight started when a group began taunting a 21-year-old man, his mom and a friend.  The 21-year-old was beaten so badly he needed to go to the hospital. 

The suspected attackers knocked his mother to the ground and kicked her in the face. 

All ten suspects were identified and charged. A last update showed that each suspect is facing three counts of aggravated assault, but that could change today.  Some of the suspects could face even more possible charges for instigating the fight. 

Deputies have not yet confirmed what exactly will happen in court. 

Tune into Tucson News Now online and on air for updates as they come in.

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