MILFORD, Conn. (WTNH) – Six people are facing charges after a beach fight last month in Milford.

On May 30, officers responded to Walnut Beach for the report of numerous fights breaking out. When officers tried to address the fights, they became quickly overwhelmed by the crowd and were allegedly assaulted.

Two officers’ body cameras were pulled from the officer’s uniforms when they were knocked to the ground.

According to police, Jacob Calderon-Perez, 18, of Trumbull was charged with larceny in the sixth degree. Jasmin Bello, 18, of Stratford was charged with breach of peace in the second degree and assault in the third degree. Alexander Mitchell, 20, of Bethany was charged with breach of peace in the second degree.

In an arrest warrant for Bello, Milford police said they were contacted by a victim who stated she was at Walnut Beach when she and her boyfriend accidentally connected to a Bluetooth speaker they thought was there. The victim said that another female “snatched” the speaker out of her hand and attempted to fight her. The warrant states that approximately 30 minutes later, the victim was on the pier when she was approached by a different female who began to fight her.

Jasmin Bello CREDIT: Milford Police Department

The victim suffered multiple lacerations on her body.

A YouTube video was posted of the fight. Milford police had posted pictures of suspects involved in the fight on their Facebook page.

Police said they received an email from a father stating he was a parent of one of the individuals involved in the fight. He identified his daughter as Bello, who was seen continuously hitting the victim in the video.

According to an arrest warrant for Mitchell, Milford police said they were contacted by an individual who identified Mitchell as one of the people in the fight. Milford police had posted pictures of suspects involved in the fight on their Facebook page.

Alexander Mitchell CREDIT: Milford Police Department

In an arrest warrant for Calderon-Perez, Milford police said they were contacted by a School Resource Officer in Trumbull identifying two of the individuals involved in the fight as Trumbull High School students. It is alleged that Calderon-Perez had one of the officer’s body cameras that came off during the fight. The camera was turned in by a juvenile who told police he got it from Calderon-Perez.

Jacob Calderon-Perez CREDIT: Milford Police Department

When police questioned Calderon-Perez as to why he didn’t turn over the body camera, he “did not mention why he did not try to return it to the appropriate authority,” the warrant stated.

Three juveniles were previously arrested. Their names have not been released.

Additional arrests are expected.

If anyone has information on the suspects in the videos, you are asked to call the Milford Police Department Crime Prevention Unit at (203) 874-2366.