FREDERICK, Md. - Two security guards were arrested after allegedly assaulting a man in the parking lot of a restaurant in Frederick.
The Frederick Police Department reports officers were called to the parking lot of Mi Casa Restaurant early Sunday morning. Police say the victim was assaulted and placed in handcuffs by the security guards, who detained him without authority. Police say the security guards were not on the property they were assigned to.
Kevin Calderon of Silver Spring and Rafael Rodriguez-Hernandez of Bladensburg were charged with false imprisonment and second degree assault.
The victim was not identified. Police said he was transported to a hospital and had a broken nose and minor injuries. He has been released from the hospital.
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