Lancaster police said they have charged four people who were involved in a fight at a charity softball game.
Matthew S. Koresko, 29, of Norristown, was charged with disorderly conduct for creating a disturbance Saturday night near the right field seats of Clipper Magazine Stadium, and for swearing at officers who told him to stop, police said.
Koresko was arrested when he refused to leave the stadium, police said.
His brother, 25-year-old Jonathan A. Koresko, and 27-year-old Zachary J. Keene, both of Lancaster, were charged with disorderly conduct for a physical fight that stemmed from the arrest, according to police.
Police said Jonathan Koresko took offense when other people in the crowd started cheering his brother's arrest and began a verbal confrontation with members of the crowd.
Deanna R. Shudy, 26, of Lancaster, was charged with simple assault for striking Jonathan Koresko at least once on his head with her cellular phone as he fought with Keene, police said.
Jonathan Koresko was treated at Lancaster General Hospital for a cut to his head.
The fight occurred during the 2nd Annual LeSean McCoy Charity Softball Game.