Six charged with felonies after Manchester baseball bat attack
August 30. 2018 8:07PM
MANCHESTER — Six people face felony charges in connection to a baseball bat attack at Victory Park earlier this summer that left one man with 12 stitches to his head, according to indictments released this week from Hillsborough County Superior Court.
The attack took place on July 1 at the center city park, which the city has attempted to clean up in recent years using an enhanced police presence, beautification and single-seat park benches.
While critics say the park draws the homeless, all six defendants had addresses in the city.
The attack on July 1 was against a victim identified as S.C., 40. Court papers said he was struck in the head with a baseball bat and needed 12 stitches to close the wound.
All six defendants were charged with at least felony riot, meaning they allegedly engaged in a fight that led to S.C.’s injuries.
• Ryan Albright, 23, of 214 Green St., is charged with first-degree assault and conspiracy to commit first-degree assault.
• Christopher Fosher, 19, of 9 Malvern St., is charged with conspiracy to commit first-degree assault and criminal solicitation for first-degree assault. He allegedly convinced Albright to assault the victim.
• Facing riot charges are Danni Demambro, 23, of 326 Linden St.; Ronald MacDonald, 35, and Tabitha MacDonald, 36, both of 116 Pearl St.; and Jason Paradis, 42, of 90 Fourth St.