Boston Police Arrest Haverhill Man for Alleged Fenway Park Assault

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Brandon Noyes allegedly assaulted a Fenway Park elevator attendant during Sunday’s game against the New York Mets, police said. (File photograph)

A 29-year-old Haverhill man has been charged with incent assault and battery after being arrested by Boston Police following Sunday’s Red Sox game.

Boston Police Department spokesman Officer James Moccia told WHAV Brandon Noyes was taken into custody on Jersey Street, just outside of Fenway, after the incident during the game against the New York Mets.

The Boston Globe reports that Noyes was released on his own recognizance at arraignment in Roxbury District Court Monday. According to court papers obtained by the Globe, Noyes allegedly poked the breast of a stadium elevator attendant while stating “it’s my birthday” around 4 p.m. Sunday. In the police report, a friend of Noyes told responding officers Noyes was drunk and assaulted the worker.

Noyes returns to court on December 11.