In a predictable turn of events regarding a shocking case involving illegal immigrant violence, reports from Arizona indicate that authorities have apprehended several undocumented migrants who viciously assaulted New York City police officers, a disturbing incident that gained widespread attention after circulating on social media.
According to Fox News, as cited by Breitbart, officials in Phoenix, Arizona, have confirmed the arrest of multiple illegal aliens connected to the attack on NYPD officers. The arrests were reportedly carried out by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Homeland Security Investigations at a Greyhound bus station, although the identities of the suspects have not been revealed.
Details surrounding the arrests remain scarce, with no specific information provided regarding which individuals involved in the assault were taken into custody on Monday. It was reported that four of the assailants had planned to travel to California following the attack, with identified individuals including Darwin Andres Gomez, Kelvin Servita Arocha, Wilson Juarez, and Yorman Reveron, who were subsequently released without bail.
Additional arrests were made later, capturing Jhoan Boada, Jandry Barros, and Yohenry Brito. The violent altercation occurred on January 30 in New York City, known as a sanctuary city, where a group of illegal immigrants assaulted police officers. Despite their involvement in the attack, the perpetrators were released without bail under a New York state law that exempts suspects charged with certain crimes, including many violent offenses, from bail requirements.
Following their release, one of the migrants exhibited a defiant gesture as he left the jail, highlighting the leniency afforded to individuals under such laws. The prevalence of sanctuary cities has contributed to a surge in crime, particularly in areas like Chicago and New York City, as the Biden administration’s policies regarding migrant relocation continue to face scrutiny and backlash.