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Port Chester Man Charged in Attack at Rectory Street House

Stamford man beaten, bitten and bloodied.

A 23-year-old Port Chester man is charged with assault in an attack on a Stamford, CT, man at a Rectory Street house, according to Port Chester police.

The victim, 24, was beaten on the head and face and he was bitten on an ear and on the back. Police said he was taken to Greenwich (CT) Hospital for treatment after the 6:30 a.m. incident on Saturday.

Kafele Carty of 186 Grace Church St., Port Chester, was arrested on a charge of third-degree assault after an investigation of the attack, police said.

Police were called to the Willett Avenue area for a report of a dispute and they found the victim bloody from an attack nearby on Rectory Street. The victim told police that he was awakened by someone beating him on the head and in the face.

The victim told police that during the attack he tried to run away, but was pushed against a wall and then felt an unusual pain. Police said and it turned out the victim had been bitten several times.

The victim said he knew his attacker.

Police checked the home and went to an area where they suspected the attacker had gone. A woman who answered at a door upstairs from the attack said that no one else was there, however, police said they could see a blood stain on a wall and soon found that Carty was with the woman.

Police said the victim then identified Carty as the attacker.

The reason for the attack is uncertain, police said.

TONY August 01, 2012 at 02:24 PM
They should lock him underneath the jail
jim joness September 28, 2012 at 02:35 AM
wow
jim joness September 28, 2012 at 02:35 AM
neva wish jail on no one ayo felz fuck these niggas

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