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Two Men Wanted for Assaulting 21-Year-Old Woman on Sunnyside Street: NYPD

Feb. 11, 2021 By Christian Murray

Police released video footage today of two men wanted for assaulting a 21-year-old woman in Sunnyside last month, police said.

The woman, according to police, was walking along Queens Boulevard near 45th Street at around 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 27, when she was approached by two unknown men.

The pair allegedly made a series of menacing remarks before one of them spat on her. A second man then hit her in the head with his skateboard, causing pain and bruising. The attack, according to police, was unprovoked.

The suspects, both described as being between 20 and 30 years of age, then fled the scene.

Anyone with information in regard to the assault is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).

Suspects wanted for allegedly assaulting a 21-year-old woman on Queens Boulevard last month (NYPD)

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Guest

Where are the cops, I guess it’s better to defund the police if they don’t do their job… Don’t cry defund police because they DO their job, regardless of the color of the perpetrators.. Defund the police if they are not doing their jobs… Don’t defund the police for catching the criminals that government just release!

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Get informed say no to Fox misinformation agenda

Guest – Defunding the police movement is more than paying for patrolmen and has many many components. A cop could have been on patrol and at the scene if the cop wasn’t spending a disproportionate amount of time with a call involving someone in mental distress or psychiatric patients off their meds.,

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I agree, they completely failed, but haven't been defunded

Like you said, a white guy gets off scot free. I’m sure the NYPD will get around to it eventually. NYPD union just needs another $1 billion.

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Florida Texas and Louisiana are crime free utopias

Yes every argument, disagreement, dispute, assault, battery and Street scuffle is directly related to democratic policy, got it.

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Concerned Citizen

It absolutely is because they will go in and out of the system and be free to commit crimes again. Republicans and centrists would end bail reform for ALL violent offenses and robberies and implement mandatory bail minimum of 10k dollars. This will allow dangerous people to STAY in jail and not continue their crime sprees against innocent civilians.

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Resident

The genius governor enabled this: Such perpetrators know that even if they’re caught, they’ll be released within hours.

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Putin's Party

Better yet, drive them to the Capitol and let them loose on the DC Police! That’s the Repugnicant way!

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Idk..

A friend of mine was robbed and assaulted and the guy that did it got right out. And he’s a repeat offender…with a violent history…and my friend suffered what I’d consider serious injuries. Seems to me everyone gets released now.

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"Something happened to a friend once"

Good point, we should shape NYC policy around what you said your friend said once

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An inconvenient truth

When somebody’s victimization conflicts with your political view…a bummer. Would it help to know the victim was a POC?

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Public information is easily available

Idk- Please provide some detail of the case like location and date of incident and I’ll retrieve and post the docket and details pertaining to the case.

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Resident

Correct: They would be released.

Bail would only set at the discretion of the judge. They would only be held in lieu of bail if the crime were classified as a hate crime. If not, they walk, thanks to our wannabe gangster, Governor Sollozzo. Read the actual law.

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Concerned Citizen

Can we set up housing for them at the new low income phipps project coming to Sunnyside? I am sure they are misunderstood. Lets give them metrocards and 5k check too. After all, our political leaders love to welcome these individuals into sunnyside with open arms.

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