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Jan 12, 2016 12:52 PM

Man gets a year in jail for involvement in 2014 Canobie Lake Park brawl involving family

SALEM - Brian Perry, one of the men involved in the 2014 Canobie Lake Park scuffle, was sentenced to 12 months in a house of corrections for his involvement with the incident Tuesday.

READ: Son pleads guilty in Canobie Lake Park fight over knife ban

In August, Perry’s father, Alan, was ordered to complete 60 hours of community service in addition to fines and a six-month suspended sentence.

Brian’s brother, Joshua, pleaded guilty to his involvement and was sentenced to six months in jail.

READ: Father involved in Canobie brawl gets community service for role in fight

The scuffle ensued after park security told the three they couldn’t carry their pocket knives into the park. One police officer was reported injured as a result of the ordeal.

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