Police are continuing their investigation into the unexplained death of a man in Middlesbrough.
Benji Bolsenbroek, 23, was celebrating the birth of his son when violence broke out at The Park Hotel pub on October 6. Mr Bolsenbroek was assaulted during a large scale disturbance and died.
Cleveland Police has confirmed that 14 people, all in their 20s and 30s, have been arrested in connection with the incident and have all been released on bail. Officers added that forensic enquiries are still being conducted to establish the cause of Benji's death.
The headteacher of Benji Bolsenbroek's former school, Trinity Catholic College (formerly St David's) in Middlesbrough, said the young father was a "valued and popular member" of their family, who was a "talented sportsman and a young man who tried to do his best in his studies."
In a statement, Peter Coady said the school offered its condolences to his family. Prayers have also been said at Holy Mass.
Meanwhile, floral tributes have been laid near the pub where Benji Bolsenbroek had been celebrating his son Kianey's birth at the weekend.