Report: John Mara’s Nephew Charged With First Degree Assault
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The nephew of Giants owner John Mara, of the same name, surrendered to police in Connecticut on charges that he almost killed a man by hitting him with a bottle on New Year’s Eve, according to lohud.com.
The report states that Mara, 22, was arrested after a two-month investigation into the incident which took place at a New Year’s Eve party on Fairfield Beach Road close to Fairfield University. Police told lohud.com that the victim, who was not named, suffered serious and life threatening injuries that required immediate surgery.
The Mount Kisco resident was charged with first degree assault and breach of peace, the report says. He was released after posting $150,000 bond on Friday and will appear in court on March 8.
According to the report, Mara plans on pleading not guilty and addressing the charges in court.
The Giants have not commented on the situation.
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