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Man Indicted in Attack Outside Planet Fitness

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DOVER — The man who allegedly attacked a woman as she was leaving her shift at Planet Fitness in Rochester in June has been indicted by a Strafford County Superior Court grand jury.

Jordan Lamonde, 23, of Portsmouth, is charged with second-degree assault for recklessly causing bodily injury to Erin McCarthy with extreme indifference to the value of human life, according to the indictment paperwork.

Lamonde allegedly threw McCarthy onto the pavement outside the gym and struck her with his hands and knee multiple times.

The incident at the North Main Street gym was captured on surveillance video.

McCarthy told police she did not know Lamonde, but court documents indicate he believed her boyfriend stole a safe with thousands of dollars inside it from him.

Lamonde was arrested by Rochester detectives at Portsmouth Regional Hospital on July 24.

If convicted, Lamonde could face up to seven years in prison.


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