ICE in Phoenix Arrest Illegal Immigrants Accused of Beating NYPD Cops

2024-02-06 08:30:17

Sources told Fox News that ICE has captured several of the illegal immigrants accused of beating two NYPD cops in Manhattan:

Immigration and Customs Enforcement sources told Fox News that the migrants allegedly involved in the mob beating of NYPD officers were arrested Monday evening by ICE and Homeland Security Investigations at a Greyhound bus station in Phoenix.

The identities of the suspects arrested have not been released. There are also no further details on which migrants seen beating the officers were arrested on Monday.

The suspects fled after the district attorney’s office did not request bail for them. A judge then released them without bail.

Last weekend, a video caught eight illegal Venezuelan immigrants wailing on and beating up Lt. Ben Kurian and Police Officer Tian Zunxu near Times Square.

The “asylum-seekers” came to New York City a year ago.

The NYPD arrested four on the spot: Darwin Andres Gomez-Izquiel, 19, Kelvin Servita Arocha, 19, Wilson Juarez, 21, and Yorman Reveron, 24. They were “arraigned on a count each of second-degree assault on a police officer and obstructing governmental administration.”

A judge released them without bail! Do you know why? The Manhattan DA’s Office, headed by Alvin Bragg, whom George Soros backs, did not request bail.

Reveron has a case open in November and December. Wow…three months in a row for this guy:

In November, he allegedly “pushed, punched and bit” a Nordstrom Rack employee who caught him trying to steal a $130 item from the Union Square store’s display rack, according to law enforcement sources.

Last month, he also allegedly “punched with a closed fist” a loss prevention officer at the Herald Square Macy’s after trying to pull off a robbery with two other suspects, the sources said.

A judge also released a fifth suspect, Jhoan Boada, 22, without bail.

Jandry Barros, 21, and Yohenry Brito, 24, were arraigned on Thursday. The judge ordered Brito to be held on bail.

Bragg’s office requested bail for Brito:

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said the $15,000 cash bail or a $50,000 bond was warranted because Brito had been positively identified on the video footage of the attack through a “distinct tattoo.”

He has four prior arrests for petty larceny, with two open cases and a guilty plea on a disorderly conduct charge in September, according to sources and a criminal complaint.

Assistant District Attorney Zachary Kotin also argued that Brito didn’t have a permanent address or ties to the community, warranting the bail to ensure his return to court, and Judge Marisol Martinez Alonzo agreed to the amount.

Gov. Kathy Hochul wants to meet Bragg about not requesting bail for the suspects because “an assault on a police officer is bail eligible.”

We do not know for sure which suspects fled to California or how they ended up in Phoenix. I’m guessing they were headed to Mexico.

Follow Mary Chastain on Twitter at @mchastain81.




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