Three West Orange men were arrested after knife fight allegedly took place in Hoogard Market, West Orange police said.
According to police, officers responded to the market, located at 33 Washington Ave., after a report of a knife fight at about 4 p.m. on Jan. 22.
When police arrived, they were told a man with the knife, later identified as Darae Ishir Thompson, 22, got into a silver SUV and drove away on High Street.
According to the report, the SUV was pulled over in 100 block on Franklin Avenue.
Police said Thompson, a passenger in the front seat, had fresh cuts on his hand. Thompson was asked to get out of the SUV.
"The knife is under the seat," Thompson allegedly told police as he exited. After a search, police found a kitchen-type knife under the front passenger seat.
An open container of gin was also found on the rear passenger floor, police said.
The driver, Kenneth Davis, 20, and a rear passenger, identified as Jean Medor, 20, were arrested for the open container.
After arresting Medor, police found clear plastic bags, used to store controlled-dangerous substances, inside his jacket.
Thompson was charged with fourth-degree possession of a weapon.
According to the report, the fight was between Thompson and the owner of Hoogard Market. The owner was uncoorerative and refused to give a statement, police said.
Medor was additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and underage possession of alcohol.
Davis was charged with underage possession of alcohol.
All three men were released with a court date of Thursday, Jan. 31.