3 men charged with disorderly conduct in Mother’s Day brawl

Three men picked up their citations Tuesday for the Mother's Day brawl at Kiku Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar that went viral, Maj. R.C. Popham told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

The men – Devecc Billingslea, 26, Zacarli Dalcoe, 25, and Willis Jumario Hall, 26 – were charged with disorderly conduct in the May 8 incident. If convicted, the men could face up to six months in jail and pay a $1,000 fine.

East Point police are making arrangements with Demonte Harrison, the other man involved, to pick up his citation, Popham said.

Customers captured footage of the melee showing employees and patrons throwing plates, trays, a bucket of ice and a cart.

Harrison works at the restaurant and was cleaning tables when a woman berated him for smiling. Harrison told her it was his job to smile.

That’s when Hall, the woman’s brother, got up and punched Harrison in the face, police said. Others joined in the fight. Billingslea is the woman’s boyfriend and Dalcoe is Hall and the woman’s cousin.

Owner Charlie Son told Channel 2 Action News he lost about $5,000 in business after people got up during the brawl without paying.

The men are scheduled to appear in court July 5 at 10 a.m.