t, and was later arrested.ROSELLE PARK patron at a Chestnut Street restaurant was arrested Friday night after stabbing another restaurant employee with a bread knife and causing a disturbance, according to authorities.Roselle Park police Sgt. Theodore Dina said units responded to a call of an intoxicated acting belligerently at Costas Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria and found McSulla, of Roselle Park, in the bar area. Police said she was yelling loudly and using profanity in a crowded dining area. After removing McSulla from the scene, police found an unidentified 53-year-old man from Brick, also a restaurant employee, who had suffered minor cuts to his face, throat and head. The man said McSulla had attacked him with a 12-inch bread knife in the kitchen. The man, who refused medical attention, said lunged at him after he tried to settle McSulla down from an argument The knife was recovered at the scene, Dima said.McSulla was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct before being transported to Trinitas Hospital in Elizabeth for evaluation. Complaints are pending related to aggravated assault and weapons charges after the victim said he was not willing to cooperate with the police investigation, Dima said.
Racist display prompts investigation at Los Angeles-area hospitalNBC4 Los AngelesAn investigation is underway after a doll with its face painted black was left hanging from a post at Kaiser Hospital in Riverside, Calif., where several African American employees work. By Yvonne Beltzer and Craig Fiegenrer, NBCLosAngeles.comKaiser Hospital Riverside in Southern California is investigating what appears to be a racist display directed at several African-American employees who work in the hospitals IT Department. The staffers said they work in an area that is restricted to employees only, so when Xavier Fields arrived for work, he was shocked to find a doll with a racial slur across its chest hanging from a post near his work station.This story originally appeared on NBCLosAngeles.com."Its somebody who works within. Its a locked area. You dont go back there," Fields said.