Outrage as migrants who beat up cops in Times Square are all offered plea deals that would land some in jail for less than a year | 14 May 2024 | Five of the seven migrants accused of assaulting two New York City Police Department officers in Times Square have been offered plea deals. Ulises Bohorquez, Yohenry Brito, Edgarlis Vegas, Darwin Andres Gomez-Izquiel, Wilson Juarez, Yorman Reveron, and Kelvin Servita Arocha appeared in New York Supreme Criminal Court on Tuesday in front of Judge Laura Wood. The Venezuelan migrants were charged with second-degree assault and the obstruction of a government admin following the attack on January 27 which was caught on video and all have pleaded not guilty. The Manhattan District Attorney's office has offered plea deals to Bohorquez, Brito and Gomez-Izquiel for them to serve a year in prison in return to pleading guilty to second-degree assault. Arocha and Juarez have been presented a deal where they serve six months in prison for pleading guilty to obstructing a government admin...

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