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Janitor victim of unprovoked attack at Manchester psychiatric center
Christopher Blanchard, 31, no fixed address but who is a native of Lamasa, Calif., was receiving help at the center when about 10 a.m. he allegedly attacked John Davis, 44, as he swept the floor at the 401 Cypress St. center.
Police said the attack was random and unprovoked.
Officers found Davis on the floor, a pool of blood near the back of his head. Investigators believe he struck his head as he fell to the floor, which may have caused bleeding in his brain.
He is in stable condition, police said.
Davis works for Haggerty Cleaning, a subcontractor for the Cypress Center which, according to its website, is a 16-bed adult acute psychiatric residential treatment program that provides care to people suffering a psychiatric emergency.
Blanchard was arraigned Wednesday in 9th Circuit Court, Manchester District Division, and held on $10,000 cash bail.
According to its website, the Cypress Center, at 401 Cypress St., is a 16-bed adult acute psychiatric residential treatment program that provides care to people suffering a psychiatric emergency.
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