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NYC Migrants Arrested For Assaulting Police Flee To California Upon Release

via NYPD
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Four migrants, accused of attacking two New York City Police Officers near Times Square, have reportedly fled to California after being released without bail.

The suspects allegedly gave fake names to a church-affiliated nonprofit group, successfully leaving the city.

The New York’s Office of Court Administration is unaware of their whereabouts.

“The Court is not aware of the defendants’ whereabouts but they are obligated to return to Court on their scheduled dates,” Al Baker said.

The migrants were involved in a caught-on-camera attack on two NYPD officers and have been charged with various offenses.

The incident has sparked controversy amid concerns about handling the influx of migrants and the release of violent offenders without consequences.

“The madness continues. What universe are we living in where migrants, who are living rent-free in our city, are allowed to brutally attack police officers and then are released without consequences?,” Staten Island Borough President Vito Fossella stated.

“Too often, we continue to protect violent criminals and punish victims.

“The recent video of migrants attacking police officers in Times Square is shocking to the senses. Their release just following their arrest has taken this situation to a whole new level,” he said.

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