Two participants in the viral Montgomery Riverfront Brawl were sentenced on Friday.

According to WSFA, Zachary Shipman and Alan Todd both made an appearance in Montgomery Municipal Court, and both pleaded to a lower charge of harassment. They were originally charged with third-degree assault, which is a misdemeanor.

Shipman and Todd must complete 100 hours of community service, complete an anger management course, pay for court costs, and pay a $100 fine, according to the outlet.

Shipman and Todd have been given a suspended sentence of 60 days with a 12-month probationary period. 

Riverboat co-captain Dameion Pickett had his third-degree assault charge dismissed. 

Reggie Ray, the suspect alleged to be hitting someone with a folding chair, will make his appearance in court on Monday.

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