United States: The officers of New York City police were allegedly brutally attacked by several of the illegal migrants. The migrants were arrested in Phoenix, Arizona, on Monday night, according to the reports published by Fox News.
The arrest was made by the ICE and Homeland Security Investigations at a Greyhound bus station in Phoenix, as per the information shared by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The preliminary information about the incident revealed that all four migrants fled to California after committing the crime in New York. It is also noted that following the arrest, the accused of mob beating has not been released by the officials.
However, no additional information was provided regarding the arrest of migrants involved in assaulting the officers.
The police authorities have also shared a list of accused who might be involved in the mob beating of the officials of the New York Police. The identified accused were:
Darwin Andres Gomez, 19-year-old;
Kelvin Servita Arocha, 19-year-old;
Wilson Juarez, 21-year-old, and
Yorman Reveron, 24-year-old.
The mentioned four (4) were released without bail, following which they fled to California.
Later, Jhoan Boada, 22; Jandry Barros, 21, and Yohenry Brito, 24, were apprehended, according to the reports shared by Fox News.
Why most suspects were released without bail, questions New York Governor
A news conference was addressed by the Governor of New York City, Kathy Hochul, during which she mentioned that she would be interacting with the District Attorney of Manhattan, Alvin Bragg, to discuss why most of the suspects are released without bail.
Furthermore, she emphasized that the prosecutors must make sure that the criminals remain behind bars. “Certainly an assault on a police officer is bail eligible,” Hochul was quoted saying by the reporters of Fox News.
She also added, “There are over 100 crimes that also can lead to deportation, and so that is also something I want to have a conversation with the district attorney about – his options here.”
In addition to this, certain details were shared by the President of the Police Benevolent Association of the City of New York – Patrick Hendry, who mentioned via Twitter, “We cannot allow these assaults to be just another statistic. We need all New Yorkers to stand with us, to demand better from the criminal justice system.”