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Man pleads not guilty in fight with bouncer

One of a pair of brothers accused of participating in a fight at a downtown bar that left a bouncer injured has pleaded not guilty in Olmsted County District Court.

Collin Lee Kelley, 28, on Tuesday entered the pleas to one count each of third-degree assault, and fifth-degree assault-two or more previous convictions in three years, both felonies.

His brother, Ryan Ernest Kelley, 25, faces identical charges. His first appearance has been set for Aug. 8.

The charges stem from an incident June 22, when the brothers allegedly began to pick a fight with a bouncer who was escorting them out of Kathy's Pub on South Broadway.

Collin Kelley is accused of assaulting the man, then kicking him in the head, the police report says.


The Kelley brothers and a third man ran east toward the government center, the report says; the Kelleys were arrested near there. The third man was not arrested.

Collin Kelley remains in custody in lieu of $20,000 conditional bond; his next court date has been set for Nov. 7.

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