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Illegal Immigrant Who Attacked NYPD Is Arrested Again

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An illegal immigrant suspected of being involved in a robbery at a Macy’s store in Queens was arrested, along with another individual connected to the incident.

The suspects stole clothing worth around $600 and assaulted a security guard during the robbery.

“Those who attack NYC police officers have zero respect for the law. This is EXACTLY what happens when our justice system fails to hold them accountable – they are emboldened to victimize other New Yorkers. He needs to be put back behind bars … and kept there,” the Police Benevolent Association stated.

The arrested individuals are part of a group accused of beating and kicking two NYPD officers previously.

Police noted that a 17-year-old and two other suspects in the beating incident — Wilson Juarez, 21, and Kelvin Servita Arocha, 19 – were arrested on Tuesday and are being held.

“Yesterday the NYPD arrested another individual in the Bronx pursuant to an arrest warrant stemming from our indictment. Wilson Juarez and Kelvin Servita Arocha were in the same apartment when that arrest occurred – contrary to widespread misinformation they had fled New York City on a bus,” Alvin Bragg’s office representative said.

Five of the individuals charged in this incident are currently in law enforcement custody, and our investigation with the NYPD remains ongoing,” the representative said.

Some suspects remain at large, while others have been apprehended and are in custody.

The investigation into the incident is ongoing.

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