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Dedham Man Arraigned For Assault After Sox Parade

Witnesses at the scene said a Dedham man kicked a Sterling man who was already down on the ground during a brawl after the Sox parade.

Dedham Man Arraigned For Assault After Sox Parade
A Dedham man was arraigned Tuesday in Boston Municipal Court on charges of assault and battery with a deadly weapon (shod foot) after he allegedly kicked a 23-year-old-Sterling man during a large brawl that broke out Saturday after the Red Sox parade.

Kiernan Boyle, 21 of Dedham and Liam Browne, 23, of West Roxbury were arrested Saturday in connection with the fight that broke out in the Milk Street area.

Jake Wark, Suffolk County District Attorney Press Secretary, said Browne allegedly kicked the head of a 25-year-old Revere man who was already down on the ground, and Boyle allegedly kicked the head of a 23-year-old Sterling man who was likewise already down.

Witnesses told police a man had walked by the victim and punched him in the head, knocking him to the ground.  A second suspect then kicked the victim repeatedly in the head before running and getting into a vehicle on nearby Broad Street.

Both victims were transported to Massachusetts General Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Browne was released on the $1,000 cash bail he posted following his arrest while Boyle was held on a total of $4,000 cash bail, which represents $1,500 more than he posted following his arrest, according to Wark.

Both men were ordered to stay away from the victims and are due back in court on Jan. 4.

Wark said the investigation remains active with additional charges and defendants possible.

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