Daytime brawl erupts on Heaton Street; five arrested for felony riot

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ROCHESTER - Police say six people were arrested after a brawl erupted on Monday in the area of Heaton Street and Ricker Court.

The disturbance called into police dispatch around 4:20 p.m. reported up to 13 people were involved, some who were reported to be fighting with baseball bats, pipes, sticks and pepper spray.

It was also reported that one female sustained an injury to the head after being punched.

The incident was the result of an ongoing neighbor dispute that escalated and was out of control, police said in a statement today.

As result of the incident, the female was transported to Frisbie Memorial Hospital to be treated for her injury and six others were arrested, five for felony riot and one for having three EBWs.

All six arrested were released on personal recognizance bail and were able to return to their residences on Heaton Street.

Marcus Pritchett, 38, of Dorchester, Mass., and Darcie Hibbard, 38, Adrian Hibbard, 35, Gary Hibbard, 36, and Perry Brown, 45, all of Rochester, were arrested and charged felony riot punishable by up to seven years in prison.

Also arrested on 3 EBWs was Shawn Harriman, 35, of Rochester. Harriman's warrants were for criminal threatening, criminal mischief and false report to law enforcement. All the EBWs had been set at $0.00 dollars personal recognizance so Harriman was again bailed on $0 personal recognizance and released.

Harriman's EBWs were the result of an incident on Feb. 20, when he was arrested and PR bailed and failed to appear at his arraignment. He was arrested on May 13 for the EBW that was issued for his failing to appear and again released on PR bail. Harriman was then arrested again on June 5 on a separate charge where he was released on PR bail and again failed to appear in court, resulting in an EBW being issued. He had another unrelated arrest on July 3, failed to appear for that arraignment and had a third EBW issued. He was arrested on the 3 EBWs again on Monday and released on PR bail.

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