Mid-Afternoon Manchester Melee Leads to One Arrest, Free Muh Boi Squad Becomes Family Feud of Familiar Faces
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Manchester, New Hampshire is a terrible, terrible place. If Brockton and Lawrence had an illegitimate love child that moved to New Hampshire, it would be Manchester. So it came as no surprise when one of the Turtle Interns came across this post on the Manchester Information Facebook page.
“Argument Escalates and Turns Violent
Around 4pm Tuesday, July 9, 2019 Manchester Police responded to 163 South Beech Street for a fight involving multiple people and possible weapons. When police arrived, those involved had been separated and medical personnel were treating one man.
The 53 year old man had multiple lacerations on his face and head, a swollen eye and lip and scratches to his arms and knees. He told officers he had been looking for his 14 year old daughter who had not come home.
When he found her on South Beech St and was trying to get her in the car, a man he did not know started yelling at him. The man was later identified as Gabriel Lima, 20 years old of Manchester. The two started arguing. Lima punched the victim several times and witnesses say the victim did grab a pry bar from his car and came toward Lima with it. Lima grabbed the bar and hit the victim with that as well.
Lima was arrested for Second Degree Assault. Lima’s court date is July 25, 2019 in Hillsborough Superior Court – North.”
So a 53 year old father goes looking for his 14 year old daughter after she didn’t come home. He finds her and tries to get her into his car and a 20 year old guy decided to get involved. My initial reaction was to wonder if the 20 year old thought that the man was trying to abduct the girl. With the Pumpkin Spice Mafia whipping everyone into a frenzy over fake sex trafficking posts, that doesn’t seem all that far fetched, and I wasn’t alone in wondering.
Reasonable. Plausible. Not the case:
Gabriel goes by the name Isaiah Lima on Facebook, and if that face doesn’t scream, “but she told me she was 16,” I don’t know what does. Don’t accuse him of being a pedo, though, cuz he has a “whole girl,” whatever the hell that means.
Everyone knows what’s coming next, right? As predictably as the ice cream machine at McDonald’s being broken (seriously, what’s the deal with that?), the Free Muh Boi crowd showed up in the comments.
Hey, wait a minute… Those last two names seem really familiar. Where have I seen them before? Oh that’s right! They were both featured in this blog by MVTB early on Wednesday.
Do you realize how ratchet you have to be to be featured on Turtleboy Sports TWICE in less than 24 hours for separate incidents? I mean, there have been posts and then follow ups within the same day, but that usually comes from one event. But two unrelated, TBS worthy situations? We might be making ratchet history here, Unc!
Mackayla gave a slightly different version of events.
As the old adage goes, there are two sides to every story and the truth usually falls somewhere in the middle. Only the people who were there know what truly happened. Riddle me this, though? If Anthony initiated the altercation, produced a weapon, and stabbed Gabriel, why wasn’t he arrested? 🤔
This person had a reasonable suggestion:
Mackayla commented over and over, telling people that they have the story wrong and trying to convince everyone that she isn’t a ratchet.
Then out of nowhere, Mackayla and Madison’s cousin Felicia (of course she’s named Felicia) popped into the comments to defend her uncle’s honor.
Let the family feud and airing of grievances commence!
Long before I started blogging for Turtleboy Sports, I was a loyal rider. I’ve seen a lot of people post threats. This is the first time I can remember someone threatening to steal someone’s car if they didn’t stop talking trash. Only in Manchester.
Before social media one could only witness this type of family drama if they were the significant other who was invited to the awkwardly dysfunctional Thanksgiving dinner. Now families willingly air their dirty laundry publicly for all to see. If you ever come across this kind of drama on Facebook, my advice is to sit back and watch the entertainment. Or you could take the opportunity to say hi to an old friend.
People are weird, man.