After a brawl at his child’s school reached his front door, a Maryland father of three was found de@d.
The man, 43-year-old Christopher Wright, was allegedly attacked outside his home in Baltimore’s Brooklyn area on Friday, May 19. He was recognized by the Anne Arundel Police Department as the victim.
Police claim that the altercation started earlier that day after one of his kids got into a fight at Brooklyn Park Middle School. Tracy Karopchinsky, Wright’s fiancée, told 11 News, a local NBC News affiliate, that three teenagers and two adults visited the family’s home after her 14-year-old son got into a fight at the school.
Three or four Caucasian men in their mid-20s to mid-30s were identified as the attackers by CBS News Baltimore and Anne Arundel police.
According to Wright’s family, the assault was a reprisal for the altercation at the school.
Daily Mail Online confirms the news:
At one point, they threatened to enter and seize Chris, but then they said, “If he’s not going to fight, then you’re going to fight,” Karopchinsky told 11 News. “Chris came out to tell them, like, he’s not coming out here to fight.” She claimed that all three of the kids were present.
The event was captured on security cameras owned by Wright, according to 11 News. The beating was also caught on camera by a neighbor.
Around 5 o’clock local time, according to Anne Arundel police, officers arrived at the scene of the incident. He was sent to a trauma facility in the area for “treatment of a life-threatening injury.”
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At roughly 9:45 p.m. on Saturday, May 20, Wright passed away in the hospital, according to authorities.
Detectives from the department’s homicide unit are looking into the event, according to the police.
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