Saturday, February 3, 2024

Migrant ‘cowards’ Who Beat On Cops Near Times Square Should Be Locked Up, NYPD Chief Says as 5th Suspect Released Without Bail; NYPD Brass Blasts Migrant Cop Attackers as Cowards; Suspect Flips Middle Finger On Way Out of Court; Migrants Who Attacked NYPD Cops Violated ‘parole’ — Send ‘Em Packing

Migrant ‘cowards’ who beat on cops near Times Square should be locked up, NYPD chief says as 5th suspect released without bail:
The migrant “cowards” who allegedly ganged up on a pair of cops near Times Square should be jailed, an NYPD official said Wednesday — as yet another suspect in the shocking mob attack was cut loose without bail.
Jhoan Boada, 22, even took time to flip the double bird as he strolled out of Manhattan Criminal Court following his arraignment on charges of assaulting a police officer and obstructing governmental administration for Saturday’s caught-on-camera beating.
“I didn’t do nothing,” he muttered in Spanish as he exited a courthouse hallway in a hail of news camera flashes.
Boada was the fifth accused cop-attacker sprung on the bail-eligible rap, something NYPD Chief of Patrol John Chell ripped as “reprehensible” earlier Wednesday.
“You have eight people attacking a lieutenant and a cop. The four that were arrested should be sitting in Rikers [Island] right now on bail,” the disgusted chief told reporters, as he noted cops are still hunting for three more suspects.
“You want to know why our cops are getting assaulted? There are no consequences,” he continued. “Eight people attacked two cops. Cowards.”
The gang of asylum-seekers ganged up on the two cops, kicking and pummeling them, after the officers broke up a disorderly group around 8:30 p.m. Saturday on West 42nd Street, near Seventh Avenue, according to cops and surveillance footage.
Police arrested four of the accused thugs at the scene, identified as Darwin Andres Gomez-Izquiel, 19, Kelvin Servita Arocha, 19, Wilson Juarez, 21, and Yorman Reveron, 24.
All four were later arraigned on a count each of second-degree assault on a police officer and obstructing governmental administration, according to a criminal complaint. --->READ MORE HERE
Luiz C. Ribeiro for NY Daily News
NYPD brass blasts migrant cop attackers as cowards; suspect flips middle finger on way out of court:
A group of eight migrants accused of pummeling a pair of cops in a caught-on-camera Midtown attack are “cowards” who “should be sitting on Rikers Island,” a top NYPD official says.
One of the suspects took a defiant posture Wednesday, flashing two middle fingers after being arraigned in court.
All five young men taken into custody so far for the Saturday night brawl outside a migrant shelter on W. 42nd St. near Seventh Ave. have been released without bail — enflaming the already heated debate surrounding the city’s migrant crisis.
“You saw the video. Reprehensible,” NYPD Chief of Patrol John Chell told reporters following the annual State of the NYPD Breakfast at Cipriani 42nd St., about five blocks from where the attack took place. “(They’re) cowards. You have eight people attacking a lieutenant and a cop, running up to them to kick them in the face.”
The two cops were trying to quell a disorderly group outside the Candler Building moments before the brawl broke out about 8:30 p.m., surveillance video released by police shows. When the two officers try to put a man in a yellow jacket under arrest, they’re suddenly attacked by multiple people from all sides.
“They were kicking and punching one of the cops,” a security guard in the area told the Daily News on Tuesday. “They mobbed [the cops]. It was wild.”
Both cops suffered scratches, bumps and bruises in the attack, Chell said.
“The video speaks for itself,” Chell said Wednesday. “(The officers) stayed and fought, but eight on two is hard to combat.”
Cops arrested Yorman Reveron, 24, Darwin Andres Gomez-Izquiel, 19, Wilson Juarez, 21, and Kelvin Servita Arocha, 19, at the scene. A fifth suspect, Jhoan Boada, 22, was apprehended Monday night.
All five suspects faced charges of either assault on a police officer, gang assault or attempted assault and other charges. But the four apprehended Saturday night were set free without bail after their arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court, Chell noted. --->READ MORE HERE
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