Six people arrested for disorderly conduct at NH restaurant

On Feb.20 around 2 a.m., several customers were acting disorderly, so the manager asked an officer who was working an extra detail at USA Chicken to remove them. 

Officer Chad Tennis told Bairon Munoz Benitez, 27 of Manchester, to leave the restaurant. 

Officer Tennis attempted to remove Munoz Benitez, but he refused and was ultimately arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. 

While Officer Tennis was arresting Munoz Benitez, another customer interfered. That second person, Michael McClain, 26 of Manchester, was then arrested. 

McClain refused to leave the store and pushed an officer, which prompted a simple assault charge, as well as resisting arrest. He was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in court on March 29.

Peyour Guguai, 25 of Manchester, allegedly interfered as Munoz Benitez was being arrested. After becoming confrontational with officers, Guguai was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. He was released on $500 bail and will appear in court on March 29. 

According to police, the incident involved many other customers who were acting disorderly by refusing the leave the restaurant. Multiple officers arrived on scene and three other people were arrested. Those people are Charlene Rojas, 31 of Manchester; Tiffany Brea, 24 of Manchester; and Benjamin Harris, 26 of Hooksett. 

Rojas was charged with disorderly conduct and released on $500 bail. Brea and Harris were charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest and were released on $1,000 bail. All three will appear in court on March 29.

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