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Prosecutors say man assaulted fellow Portsmouth club patron
The jury also watched video footage recorded by outdoor security cameras owned by The Page which showed Green leaving the dance club with friends. At least two state witnesses who were with Green on the night he was hit told the jury that they saw their friend fall to the ground, but they failed to identify Mayo, or describe the alleged assailant. Prosecutors argued that Mayo knocked Green unconscious by striking him in the head. James Tulow, 54, of Rye, a former security guard at The Page, testified that he did not see Green getting hit outside the club because he was focused on another patron mouthing off to one of his co-workers. “It looked like it was getting so heated so I just went over there,” Tulow testified.
“It’s pretty tough sometimes to clear that area,” Tulow testified. “Sometimes they don’t have a good attitude towards staff or whatever.”
The Page Restaurant closed its doors permanently on June 21 in the wake of another assault on its lower-level dance floor near closing time on April 6.
Police say O’Neill attacked Krantz, of Dover, because he spilled a drink on him earlier in the night.
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