6 people now charged after viral fight outside Pittsburgh McDonald's left man paralyzed

Four more people charged in fight outside downtown Pittsburgh McDonald's

PITTSBURGH — There are now six people who are facing charges in connection with the violent fight outside a Downtown Pittsburgh McDonald's in November.

In the viral fight that was recorded on cellphone video, a man was left unconscious in the street, and a woman was pepper-sprayed when the fight spilled out the front door. Investigators said the attack happened at the location on Wood Street around 10:15 p.m. on Nov. 4.

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Roneese Davis was initially charged with aggravated assault, and Kaniya Martin was charged with simple assault in the days following the fight.

A month after those two McDonald’s employees were arrested and charged, police have filed simple assault charges against three more people – and a fourth is charged with harassment.

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According to court documents, video of the fight shows fellow employee Sharondia Lett punching one of the victims while she was sitting on the sidewalk. Investigators said Antiya Rosser sprayed the same victim with pepper spray moments before.

Alicia Johnson is also charged with simple assault from the fight. Several Pittsburgh police officers recognized Johnson five days after the video went viral when she walked by during the Veteran’s Day Parade. That is how she got caught.

For more background on how the fight happened, click here.