The attack happened at the Cotixan restaurant located on East Palomar Street. Video shows a swarm of teens punching, kicking and throwing chairs at the teen, even after he fell to the ground. Fortunately, the boy suffered only minor injuries to his arm.
A brawl between a reported 50 teenagers at a Norristown, Pennsylvania Catholic church carnival has prompted a police investigation. In a video posted to Facebook and other social, a Norristown Police Department officer can be seen appearing to put a teenage girl in a chokehold with dozens of girls around screaming. The same officer strikes a girl who was charging him while he had the other teen in the hold.
A viral Facebook video showing a mother goading her daughter to fight another girl at Les Schwab Amphitheater in Bend led to online outcry and, later, criminal charges. Videos posted Tuesday depict a fight on April 12 between a year-old girl and a year-old girl. Hit her in the face!
Update: The Turlock Police Department reports Barbara Cypress, the woman seen restraining the teen in the video, was arrested at her home Tuesday night. She faces a felony false imprisonment charge and two misdemeanor charges of child abuse and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Irina Lizarraga Acuna says she does not blame the teenager who hit her year-old daughter.
The group, armed with knives and a metal pipe, brutally beat a year-old teen in front of a Bushwick bodega and stole his moped, police said. When year old Vincent Millan spotted what was happening, he rushed outside with Bronx murder victim Lesandro "Junior" Guzman-Feliz on his mind. Millan, who'd just returned to the Knickerbocker Avenue bodega after biking across the Williamsburg bridge, fought back with his bike seat.
KTXL -- Turlock police are investigating an after-school fight that occurred last Friday between two girls at a school bus stop. Irina Lizarraga Acuna says she does not blame the teenager who hit her year-old daughter. Instead, she blames the adult who allegedly egged her on.
Police in Louisiana are using an obscure law nobody has heard about to arrest a woman for posting a video of two teen boys fighting on school grounds. Maegan Adkins-Barras, 32, was charged with unlawful posting of criminal activity for notoriety and publicity, which carries a maximum sentence of six months in jail, according to the Advocate. She was arrested earlier today. She remains in jail without a bond at this time.
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