Police have arrested another man and issued warrants for two others in connection to the massive Aug. 5 brawl at Circle K at 2101 Wayne Memorial Drive.
A press release issued Thursday said Travion Lamontae Lewis, 23, of 110 Jake Drive, Dudley, was arrested Aug. 18 and charged with disorderly conduct for his involvement in the fight.
He was released on a $1,000 secured bond with a first appearance in Wayne County court set for Sept. 26.
Now police are searching for D'Qurious Aaron Bradford, 19, of 119 Astor Court and Tyriek Langston, 16, of 209 Fussell St. in connection to the fight.
They are also wanted on charges of disorderly conduct.
The brawl -- estimated on a police report to have involved up to 150 people -- drew attention from the community after it was broadcasted on a Facebook Live video.
The person who shot the Facebook Live video that captured the fight was recording a large group of people in front of the gas station for about two minutes before people began fighting.
Several people are seen hitting a young man between a car and a gas pump, who is knocked to the ground. Then, a group of men continue by kicking a beating him.
The video shows one fight breaking out at the front door of the gas station before capturing the other fight in-between a car and a gas pump.
A press release filled in some gaps left by the Facebook Live video.
It said there were three total fights -- the two in front of the gas station and another near the intersection.
The release confirmed there were off-duty officers across the street who saw the large crowd, but didn't see the fights break out.
It went on to say a clerk working at the gas station called 911 at about 2:34 a.m. and reported a "big group of people" were fighting in the parking lot.
An initial group of officers were on scene within four minutes of the 911 call, the release said.
Additional 911 calls continued to come in about the fight from other people.
By 2:42 a.m., 12 officers had arrived on the scene.
Police then went to Wayne UNC Health Care, where they learned a 17-year-old had been injured during the fights.
It was the only reported injury.
After an investigation, police learned many people at the Circle K that night were out on the town and had gone to the gas station after the establishments closed before going home.
Police have been working to develop a plan with Circle K's management to make sure something like this does not happen again.
Three others have also been charged for their alleged participation in the incident.
Adrane Lafette Swinson, 27, 212 Brookwood Drive, Jaikelvin Dyondra Maye, 28, 419 Slocumb St., and Kysheem Jayire Langston, 18, 718 Jackson St., were all charged with disorderly conduct on Aug. 11 only hours after police identified them as suspects.