Two Men Viciously Assaulted in Crown Hights



    Two Men Viciously Assaulted in Crown Hights

    Two Jewish men were left bloody and lying on the floor, after a violent gang viciously attacked them in two separate incidents in the Crown Heights.

    The first attack occurred just after 1:00AM on President Street near Albany Avenue.

    Just a few minutes later, the gang targeted a second man. The second victim was younger, and put up a fight, screaming for help and struggling with them.

    Witnesses and victims immediately called 911 and Crown Heights Shomrim, who were boththere in moments.

    As they canvassed the area looking for the gang, a group matching the description of the gang was located on Crown St and Troy Ave.When the NYPD stopped the group, they attempted to flee.Two were caught, while the third got away.

    Shomrim, working with the police, were able to bring both victims to the 71st precinct where they positively identified their attackers.

    No words were spoken during the beatings, and the gang did not attempt to take any belongings from the victims.
    Video footage of one of the assaults was obtained by Crown Heights Shomrim.

    NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force will be investigating the assaults.

    1. Israel Cohen

      and will be discharges by the Jury !!! as in previous assault !!!
      when are we going to wake up !!! there is someone behind all these assaults! i live here 30 years, it was never this kind of crime. by the riots it helped to move the police dep. doing their job ONLY and ONLY when they realized that we are calling in with our connections the National ARMY!!! we must do it again!!!
      Yes Moshiach will be here Now, for sure he want’s us to make sure it’s safe to walk the streets of Crown Heights at All times and everywhere!!!!!!!!!
      whoever is behind this should have a misse meshune this second! Omein!

    2. sruly Lebovic

      we need police petrol!!!!
      maybe its because of the pasul mezuzahs.

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