LYNN (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) – A Marblehead teen accused of attacking another teen with a lacrosse stick for $20 was held in lieu of $1,500 bail and revoked bail from his three previous assault charges.
Bradley Conrad-Woodman, 18, was arrested and charged with armed robbery, assault with a dangerous weapon, and assault and battery following an incident that occurred on Sunday night.
Fiorenzo Lecce, 19, of Swampscott, and Christopher Leclerc, 18, of Swampscott, were arrested and charged with armed robbery in connection with the same incident. A fourth suspect, John Michael Murray, of Marblehead, had not been arrested by the time of the arraignment, reports The Daily Item.
According to the police report, officers responded to the field house at Phillips Park on Humphrey Street around 9:25 p.m. for a report of an assault and robbery.
Upon arrival, police found five males standing next to a car with its driver's side window smashed out, as well as a 2x4 board and the shaft of a lacrosse stick beside the car on the ground.
The driver of the car told police that Murray had smashed out his window and rear tail light with the board and then assaulted him. He also told police that Murray and the other alleged suspects robbed a second man.
The alleged robbery victim told police that Murray was holding the board and Conrad-Woodman was holding the lacrosse stick. He did not attempt to get his money back for fear of being assaulted. He then phoned a friend to come pick him up, reports the newspaper.
However, when the friend arrived, Conrad-Woodman allegedly began yelling and pushing the robbery victim while Murray threatened to kill him and then damaged the car.
All defendants are scheduled to return to court Sept. 20, according to court documents.
For more information: The Daily Item
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