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Monday, October 03, 2016

New York men charged with critically injuring man at Ravens game

BALTIMORE —Two New York men were arrested Sunday for their involvement in a fight that left during the Ravens-Raiders game at M&T Bank Stadium that left another man critically wounded, Baltimore police said.

Scott Smith, 30, and Andrew Nappi, 31, are charged with aggravated assault, police said.

Police said officers responded about 3:30 p.m. to a fight on one of the stadium's exit ramps. The victim, a 56-year-old man, was found lying on his back, unresponsive.

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

They deserve the death penalty. End of the discussion.

Anonymous said...

Send the posse to New York ASAP!!!

Anonymous said...

White Thugs, hang em high

Anonymous said...

St.u

Anonymous said...

As much as I enjoy watching pro football, it is after all just a game played by grown men.

Beating someone up because he's a fan of the other team? Really?

Hope they get some time in the slammer

Anonymous said...

Toxic Masculinity. There is a College course for it.

Anonymous said...

The guy fell fools.

Anonymous said...

I've seen many assaults at the Ravens games, both verbal and physical. It is a normal thing, what with all the drunken tailgaters, and alcohol in the stadium. They come in drunk, and get drunker during the game. See it EVERY game I go to.

Anonymous said...

100% Typical of Raven Nation!! Oh Sorry.....Cleveland Brown fans....lol

Anonymous said...

10:18 AM: The arrested ones were Raiders fans, not the Raven Nation. The VICTIM is a Ravens fan.