A fight between two brothers at a pub early Sunday, Jan. 23 led to both of them being arrested after they allegedly became confrontational with the officers who responded to the scene.

According to Belfast Police Det. Sgt. Bryan Cunningham, officers were called to The Lookout Pub around 1 a.m. Sunday after personnel there reported that two brothers — Timothy Daley, 29, and Christopher Daley, 26, both of Searsport — were fighting.

Officers Scott Christianson and Matthew Cook responded to the Lookout. Cunningham said Christopher Daley was seen walking away from the bar, stumbling as he did so. When Cook went to arrest Christopher Daley for disorderly conduct, Cunningham said Christopher Daley used a racial slur and told the officer he “ought to die.”

Christopher Daley was taken to Waldo County Corrections, where he was placed in a restraint chair for a time. During that time, he reportedly told Cook that when he got out, Cook was going to “come out bloody.”

Timothy Daley was still in the bar when officers arrived, Cunningham said. When Christianson went to speak with him, Cunningham said Timothy Daley grabbed Christianson by his shirt and asked the officer if he wanted to fight.

After being placed in handcuffs, Timothy Daley — using language similar to that of his brother, according to Cunningham — reportedly told Christianson that if he took the handcuffs off, the officer would “leave bloody.”

After allegedly kicking an officer in the thigh at the jail, Timothy Daley was also placed in a restraint chair. A knife was removed from his person at the jail, although Cunningham said Timothy Daley never displayed the knife at any point during the incident.

Timothy Daley was charged with assault, disorderly conduct, refusing to submit to arrest and refusing to sign a uniform summons and complaint.

Christopher Daley was charged with criminal threatening, disorderly conduct, refusing to submit to arrest and refusing to sign a uniform summons and complaint.