6 charged in Stamford karaoke assault

September 24, 2009 3:05:34 PM PDT
Six young women were arrested following a karaoke-related assault at a Stamford restaurant. Stamford police officers arrested the six after they allegedly assaulted another female at Bobby Valentine's Restaurant Wednesday night after an argument about the victim's karaoke performance.

The six females (four aged 19 and two aged 20) are accused of making derogatory comments about the other females singing ability and then repeatedly punched, kicked and pulled the hair of the victim before leaving the bar.

They were followed by witnesses and pointed out to responding officers a short distance away. The victim, a 25-year-old Port Chester resident, suffered a chipped tooth and numerous bruises. She was treated at Stamford Hospital.

The six arrested females were all charged with third-degree assault, third-degree conspiracy to commit assault and breach of peace.

They were identifed as Martisa Chambers, Chaniel McRae, Kiana Strickland, Deja Hines, Michelle Rosedom and Danielle Swanson.

They were released on $500 bond and are due in court on October 5.

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