A Dundalk man was viciously beaten by nearly 50 teens because he asked them to stop fighting in his front yard.
Antoine Lawson, 17 has been charged as an adult for his role in beating the Richard Fletcher, 61, old alongside a group of approximately 50 other teens in Baltimore, Maryland, on April 22.
Police have made two arrests in the case and are hoping to bring all of the teens, who are believed to be students at Baltimore Community High School, that participated in the beating to justice. Antoine Lawson has already been charged with attempted murder and a 15-year-old girl was charged with assault.
Richard Fletcher was brutally beaten by the teens because he went outside to ask two girls who were fighting on top of his truck to move along and continue their dispute elsewhere.
Richard Fletcher is out of the hospital, but he suffered extensive injuries, many of which he may never recover from. We want to warn you: some of the video and images you are about to see are very disturbing.
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