ai express – Four migrants, who allegedly attacked two New York City Police Officers near Times Square and were subsequently caught and released, have reportedly fled to California.
According to a law enforcement source, it is believed that Darwin Andres Gomez, 19, Kelvin Servita Arocha, 19, Wilson Juarez, 21, and Yorman Reveron, 24, have fled the city following the incident, as reported by The New York Post.
According to the Post, the police suspect that the group of four managed to board a bus headed to California on Wednesday. They allegedly provided false identities to a nonprofit organization associated with a church, which assists migrants in leaving New York City.
The suspects were released without bail following their arrests, leading to a successful getaway for the group.
An undocumented immigrant expresses defiance by raising middle fingers after being accused of assaulting New York City Police Department officers in Times Square.
Four individuals, namely Kelvin Arocha, 19, Wilson Juarez, 21, Yorman Reveron, 24, and Darwin Gomez Izquiel, 19, have been charged with assaulting two New York City police officers. The incident involves the NYPD.
The New York’s Office of Court Administration (OCA) spokesperson told Fox News Digital that they do not know the current whereabouts of Arocha, Juarez, Reveron, and Izquiel.
“The defendants’ whereabouts are currently unknown to the Court, but they have a legal obligation to appear on their scheduled court dates,” stated Al Baker, spokesperson for the state Office of Court Administration (OCA).
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Four migrants are said to have been involved in the attack on two NYPD officers near the New Amsterdam theater, a popular tourist spot. The incident was captured on camera.
In the video, the NYPD requested the migrants to relocate, but a scuffle broke out as the officers were observed attempting to restrain an individual wearing a yellow jacket and bring them down to the ground.
Kelvin Arocha, a 19-year-old officer serving in the NYPD, has been making waves in law enforcement.
Yorman Reveron, a 24-year-old officer from the NYPD.
The four individuals were charged earlier this week with multiple offenses, which include assault on a police officer, gang assault, obstructing governmental administration, and disorderly conduct.
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Reveron is currently facing two pending cases in Manhattan for assault and robbery. According to reports, he is accused of attacking a loss prevention officer at a Macy’s department store during an alleged robbery. Additionally, in November, he allegedly punched and bit a Nordstrom Rack employee.
Yohenry Brito, the central figure in the photograph, makes his appearance at the arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court on Thursday, February 1, 2024. Brito stands accused of carrying out an alleged assault on NYPD officers in Times Square on Saturday. The photograph, taken by Curtis Means for the Daily Mail, captures the momentous event.
Jandry Barros and Yohenry Brito appeared in Manhattan Criminal Court on Thursday, February 1, 2024, for their arraignment. The two individuals are facing charges for allegedly assaulting police officers in Times Square. (Jefferson Siegel for Fox News Digital)
Yohenry Brito, 24, and Jandry Barros, 21, were among those arrested alongside Arocha, Juarez, Reveron, and Izquiel. Both Brito and Barros have been charged with robbery and felony assault.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s office arraigned Britto on Thursday, setting a $15,000 cash bail and a $50,000 partial and secured surety bond bail for the felony charge.
Barros had his arraignment on Thursday and was subsequently released. His next hearing is set for February 21st.
Wilson Juarez, a 21-year-old officer from the NYPD.
The issue of migrant attacks in New York City is a complex one, according to Kerri Urbahn.
City leaders are grappling with the challenge of managing an increasing number of migrants from Texas, as services become overwhelmed and residents become increasingly frustrated with addressing the surge.
Darwin Andres Gomez-Izquiel was arrested and charged on Saturday, January 27, 2024, at approximately 2215 hours within the confines of the Midtown South Precinct. The NYPD has released a booking photo of Gomez-Izquiel.
The shocking video of migrants attacking police officers in Times Square has profoundly disturbed our senses. The fact that they were released immediately after their arrest has escalated this situation to an unprecedented level.
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Fox News Digital reached out to the New York Office of Court Administration and the Manhattan District Attorney’s office for comment, but they have not yet responded.
This report was contributed to by Michael Dorgan and Louis Casiano from Fox News.
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