MANCHESTER, NH — On October 17, 2019 around 4:30 p.m., Manchester Police responded to a fight in the parking lot of 7-Eleven on South Main St. When officers arrived they saw about a dozen people arguing. One officer started talking to the people and as he did the group began to surround him. Another officer told the group they needed to move back. A female, identified as Breyanna Wilson, 21, of Goffstown, swore at the officer and pushed him. As he tried to arrest her, she punched him in the jaw. Wilson was then taken into custody.
More officers arrived for back up. The rest of the group refused to leave and began fighting with officers and yelling profanities. The melee drew the attention of onlookers and a group of people began to gather.
In all five people were arrested. Breyanna Wilson was charged with riot, simple assault and resisting arrest. Habacuc Gonzalez, 19, of Candia was charged with riot, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. Both were released on PR bail and will be in court on November 7, 2019.
Isiaah Torres, 20, of Manchester, Angelina Robles, 18, of Manchester, and Zachery Robles, 21, also of Manchester, were charged with riot and resisting arrest, all three were released on PR bail and have a court date of November 6, 2019.