Manchester man charged in assault of police officer, hospital security guard

MANCHESTER A city man is accused of assaulting a police officer and an Elliot Hospital security officer who were investigating a report of an unconscious man in the medical facility’s parking garage.

Police said they were called at 10:40 p.m. Thursday after someone told emergency room personnel that there was an unconscious man, reportedly a victim of an assault, in the parking garage. Officer Chris B.

Day and several hospital security officers found Styfus Green, 21, of 691 Corning Road and his brother, Ralph Green, 25, no address available, standing outside the garage. Both, police said, appeared to be intoxicated.

Investigators never located an unconscious man, but they believed the two brothers might have been involved in the altercation. Day spoke to Styfus Green in an attempt to find out what happened, but police said he refused to answer questions and allegedly became “loud and boisterous.” Day repeatedly asked him to refrain from swearing and to take his hands out of his pockets.

He refused to do both, police said.

Day tried to removed Green s hands from his pockets, which resulted in a physical confrontation that left both men on the ground, police said. sk© Security SAVER SALE officers helped restrain Green, who police said remained combative.

He is accused of kicking a transport officer and a hospital security officer. As a result, Green was charged with simple assault, resisting arrest and resisting detention.

He is to be arraigned Friday in 9th Circuit Court – Manchester District Division.

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