Six people are accused of taking part in a violent brawl outside a home in Manchester, New Hampshire, which left one woman unconscious.
Police responded to reports of a fight on Walker Street shortly after 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday and found a crowd of people, including a woman who had been knocked unconscious. According to police, the woman awoke and refused medical treatment.
Police arrested Felicia Johonnett, 19; Norman Johonnett, 22; Roger Johonnett, 19; Joseph Ticas, 27; and Enrique Ayala, 18, all of Manchester. They also arrested Katelyn Riley, 20, of Bedford, New Hampshire.
The incident occured just hours after a 19-year-old man was stabbed outside the home, and a 28-year-old man sustained a head injury. Both men were treated for the non-life threatening injuries at a nearby hospital.
Five of the six charged were released on bail and are due in court in March. Norman Johonnett was charged with violating his bail conditions and is due in court Thursday.
Authorities are investigating the circumstances of the incidents.