"At the time the report was taken, the victim did not provide detectives with the location of the incident or suspect description", the police department said in a statement, noting that the case has been reopened with new details.
Mr. Kavanaugh cursed, he said, and then "threw his beer at the guy."
A witness told police the man who threw the glass was Chris Dudley, Kavanaugh's close friend.
Ludington said in the statement he often drank with Kavanaugh when they were classmates, and said Kavanaugh had played down "the degree and frequency" of his drinking in his testimony.
Ludington says that a brawl then broke out, with Kavanaugh later questioned by police about his involvement (he was neither arrested nor charged). Hartman confirmed Tuesday that Dudley was arrested.
The man noticed Ludington, Kavanaugh and the others looking at him and - according to Ludington - aggressively asked them to stop. This was the hearing during which Kavanaugh tried to downplay his past drinking habits while denying the multiple sexual misconduct allegations that have been made against him. While Kavanaugh claims he did not drink "to the point of blacking out", Ludington told the Post that "there were certainly many times when he could not remember what was going on".
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"Brett and I did not socialize beyond the first few days of freshman year". I never ever saw Brett blackout.
Neither Kavanaugh nor the White House has commented on the report as of this writing. She said she was "100 percent" sure Kavanaugh did it, while Kavanaugh swore he has "never sexually assaulted anyone".
"The person [reporters] are trying to describe", Dudley added, "would not be able to function day to day". Parts of the incident are corroborated by a police report.
In New Haven, where Yale students drive the nightlife and bar fights are not uncommon, Hartman said it was unusual to have national media clamoring for a two-page police report of an incident that was unremarkable, if not for the people involved.