Manchester man charged with first degree assault in auto auction dispute

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MANCHESTER — On November 4, at approximately 11:10 a.m., local police were called to the Capital Auto Auction following reports of an assault, which left three individuals with non-life-threatening injuries.

Upon arrival, officers found the trio suffering from wounds, reportedly inflicted with a box cutter during a heated argument over belongings.

All three individuals were promptly transported to a nearby hospital for treatment.

Through their initial investigation, police were able to identify the suspect as 25-year-old Manchester resident, Bryon Bloomfield.

It is alleged that during the dispute, the argument escalated to violence, with Bloomfield allegedly using the box cutter against the three victims.

Bloomfield was subsequently located and arrested by law enforcement.

He now faces 3 counts of First Degree Assault in connection to the incident.

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