TROY, N.Y. -- Police released new details Tuesday regarding that large fight at Kokopellis night club last month, where there are claims by some of police brutality in the case.
The video shows a person at Kokopellis Nightclub trying to flag down police at 2:44 a.m. for what we know now was a fight inside.
About 30 seconds later, a crowd rushes out of the club. Another minute: police car lights are flashing, and police are spotted near the door.
"The patrons within the club at the time police arrived, were under control. We had complete control of our establishment, and the situation, before police arrived," said Joseph Glick, Kokopellis co-owner.
Glick says there was no reason for police to come into his club; Glick says after a drug incident and the fight, he had shut down the club himself at 2:30 a.m..
"You can't buy drinks. The second we turn the house lights on, the party is over," the co-owner said.
But video shown by police Tuesday shows a fight in a hallway at Kokopellis at 2:41 a.m., though Glick says it happened before 2:37. The other shows a bartender serving at 2:37 a.m. -- seven minutes after Glick says his bar went dry.
And that person being served, police say, is 19-years-old.
"Prior to the police being notified of anything going on in the bar, 19-year-old Jyzee Lind is served by the barmaid," said Troy Police Department Capt. John Cooney.
Glick is accusing Troy police of planting an informant, perhaps the underage person, inside his club that night.
Glick now believes Kokopellis is being set-up to fail by the police department, for a brawl Glick says his club had little or no role in.
"When they post the Mobile Command Center a block away, and five or six police cruisers outside my club on a Friday or Saturday night, where we would normally have 100 to 150 people for a given event, and now we're getting 30 or 40, yeah, that hurts business," Glick said.
Police disagree with Glick's theory.
"We contend otherwise. Let me put it that way," said police Commissioner Anthony Magnetto.