A few days after the incident, according to the records, Avalon Detective Eric Heisman told Evers that the surveillance footage was inconclusive, and didn't show an aggravated assault occurring. Evers reportedly told the detective that he was "pissed" and "wanted people arrested."
Evers asked Heisman "where the ‘brotherhood' was for being a cop," and told the detective that Philly cops "take care" of one another, according to the records.
Evers told the detective that he had been punched and kicked at the bar "for no reason" and suggested that the case needed to be further investigated.
Tracy, the bartender, told police that he heard a man at the bar say "I will f-----g punch you in your face," to another patron.
Tracy didn't identify Evers by name, but said he notified a bouncer about the threat and hopped over the bar moments later when it appeared the two patrons needed to be separated.
The footage shows the bartender grabbing a man — presumably Evers — and pulling him away from the bar.
An eyewitness told cops that Tracy tackled Evers, but didn't punch him.
Tracy told the police that "the instigator" tried to fight the bar's security staff as they removed him from the bar.
A bouncer from the Princeton, Aaron Stanton, told police that he punched Evers during the struggle, according to the records.
Surveillance footage shows Evers and at least one bouncer falling to the ground outside the bar. No additional physical contact is shown.
Evers said earlier this week that he filed a private citizen complaint with the Avalon Police Department. He didn't respond to a request for comment Friday.
The department later forwarded its findings to the Cape May County Prosecutor's Office. Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said Friday that incident amounted so far to "a lot of he said, she said stuff."
Ramsey said it was up to the prosecutor's office to determine if any charges needed to be filed.
When asked about Heisman's claim that Evers seemingly tried to call upon some sort of cop brotherhood for cooperation, Ramsey said, "Well, I don't know if that's true or not."
Ramsey said he has not viewed any records on the incident, and hasn't spoken with any police officials from Avalon.
An attorney for the Princeton declined to comment this week.
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