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- Asian woman attacked in New York City in possible coronavirus bias crime
- NYPD has 5 suspects — and motive — in beating of 15-year-old Brooklyn girl
- Gang of 18 Stomp 15-Year-Old Girl Into Brooklyn Pavement in Horrifying Video
- ‘Sickening:’ 15-Year-Old NYC Girl Beaten, Robbed in Vicious Teen Mob Street Attack
- Shock and anger over beating of young girl in Brooklyn
- NYPD makes dozen arrests in brutal attack on girl in Brooklyn
- Five boys are questioned after 15-year-old girl is brutally beaten by mob of up to 20 kids
- Girl attacked, robbed by gang of teen boys in Crown Heights
- NYPD searching for teens who beat and robbed 15-year-old girl in Brooklyn
Asian woman attacked in New York City in possible coronavirus bias crime
An Asian woman was punched in the face in New York City on Tuesday in what is being investigated as a possible bias incident, with the governor of New York saying it was apparently motivated by bigotry surrounding the coronavirus.
Officers responded to a reported assault at a building on West 34th Street about a. Upon arrival, a year-old woman told officers she was punched in the face by a woman who also made anti-Asian slurs before fleeing the scene, police said. She was taken to the hospital in stable condition.
The two women knew each other, attend the same school and have had previous altercations. The incident is being investigated as a possible bias incident, according to police. No arrests have been made. The governor said "there is zero evidence that people of Asian descent bear any additional responsibility for the transmission of the coronavirus.
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NYPD has 5 suspects — and motive — in beating of 15-year-old Brooklyn girl
Crown Heights residents rallied on Saturday to show support for a year-old girl who police say was the victim of a gang assault on Thursday. They said they are outraged, heartbroken and feel the community as a whole must do more to make the streets safer. Five of the attackers turned themselves in to police, but police said they are still searching for the others involved. Others who spoke at the rally said the young men allegedly involved need to face justice in the beating of a girl who was an innocent victim.
Police are hunting for up to 18 individuals caught on camera in a sickening attack on a year-old girl. NYPD released the horrifying footage of the gang kicking and stomping on the teenager before robbing her phone, debit card and even the sneakers off her feet. The brutal mugging took place in broad daylight, just after 4pm on Thursday, in the Crown Heights area of Brooklyn. The clip shows one individual chasing her down as she falls at the corner of an intersection, before he punches and kicks her. A second male comes running in, jumping high into the air to stomp on her with both feet.
Gang of 18 Stomp 15-Year-Old Girl Into Brooklyn Pavement in Horrifying Video
Police are now looking for dozens who attacked a teenager on a Crown Heights sidewalk in the middle of the day, then robbed her and took off with her shoes. Authorities have arrested "several" suspects believed to be part of a group of young people who viciously attacked a year-old girl in Brooklyn, chasing her, beating her on the sidewalk and ripping off her sneakers and phone before running off. The girl was taken to a hospital in stable condition following the disturbing attack on Utica Avenue in Crown Heights Thursday. She was later released, and was recovering at home. Jarring surveillance video shows the moment the group of at least a half-dozen young people catch up to the girl. One shoves her to the ground; other suspects run up to her as she holds herself in a ball on the ground. Another six or so young people then run up and start stomping on the girl while she's on the ground.
‘Sickening:’ 15-Year-Old NYC Girl Beaten, Robbed in Vicious Teen Mob Street Attack
March 9, pm Updated March 10, am. The good news? It did. Residents in Crown Heights, where the shocking caught-on-camera beating took place, are reacting just the right way: Parents of five of the teens involved forced their kids to turn themselves in. Neighbors are decrying the savagery.
March 6, pm Updated March 7, am. Police were questioning five suspects and have a motive in the vicious mob beating of a year-old girl on a Brooklyn street, law enforcement sources said Friday. Cops were grilling the teenage boys in Crown Heights Friday after a group of teens savagely attacked the girl Thursday — as retaliation for a fight she got into earlier in the day, according to the sources. The caught-on-camera beating unfolded after the girl allegedly beat up another girl earlier in the day at school, according to the sources.
Shock and anger over beating of young girl in Brooklyn
Family members of the year-old girl who was beaten and robbed of her Air Jordan sneakers by a rampaging all-male teen mob say they are horrified by the attack in broad daylight in their community. Led by community activist Tony Herbert, family members, local leaders and Councilman Robert Cornegy gathered at Utica Aveue and Sterling Place in Crown Heights where the attack occurred on Saturday in response to the violence. Herbert took it more personally because he said it was his niece.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Teen girls film attack on mentally-challenged woman
By Lauren Edmonds For Dailymail. The New York Police Department questioned five teenage suspects and discovered a motive in the horrific mob beating of a year-old girl in Brooklyn. A unidentified girl was brutally beaten and robbed by a group of almost 20 teenagers after they chased her near Utica Avenue on Thursday. Five boys accompanied by their parents turned themselves into police custody early Friday, The Post reports. The suspects told officers that the incident began when the victim reportedly fought another girl at school earlier that day. Surveillance footage shows the year-old girl falling on a sidewalk near Utica Avenue while being chased by a group of teenagers.
NYPD makes dozen arrests in brutal attack on girl in Brooklyn
Five boys are questioned after 15-year-old girl is brutally beaten by mob of up to 20 kids
Girl attacked, robbed by gang of teen boys in Crown Heights
NYPD searching for teens who beat and robbed 15-year-old girl in Brooklyn