MENASHA - A disturbance at the Trailside Tavern in Menasha has landed three people in custody.
City of Menasha police officials responded to a call around 11:30 p.m. Saturday.
When they arrived, two motorcycles were leaving the bar's parking lot.
The drivers of both motorcycles led the police on a short pursuit.
One of the motorcycles crashed in the 800 block of Second St. and the second motorcycle stopped in a driveway in the 800 block of Second St.
The four individuals attempted to run away. Both passengers and one of the drivers was taken into custody.
One of the female passengers on the motorcycle, a 26-year-old Menasha woman, was arrested for resisting an officer and possession of marijuana.
The female passenger on the other motorcycle, a 22-year-old Neenah resident, was arrested for possession of marijuana.
The driver of the motorcycle who was taken into custody, a 23-year-old Neenah man, was taken to the Winnebago County Jail. He is facing charges of attempting to elude an officer, OWI, resisting an officer, and possession of marijuana.
The driver of the other motorcycle, a 29-year-old Appleton man, is facing charges of attempting to elude an officer and recklessly endangering safety. He turned himself into police on Sunday.
No names have been released at this time.
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