A man initially charged with aggravated assault for violent attacks on two Korean American sisters in Baltimore last month is now facing hate crimes charges along with attempted murder.
The incident: The suspect, identified as Darryl Doles, 50, reportedly ransacked three separate Asian-owned liquor stores in West Baltimore around midnight on May 2. In one of them, he was caught on surveillance using a concrete block to bash the heads of Hy-Shin Williams, 67, and her sister, Hye-kyong Yun, 66, reported CBS Baltimore.
A man in West Baltimore was arrested and charged after attacking two Asian American women with a cement block Sunday.
The incident, which was caught on video, occurred at Wonderland Liquor Store in the 2000 block of Pennsylvania Avenue before 11 p.m. on May 2.
Two Baltimore restaurant owners went above and beyond to fulfill the request of a dying cancer patient.
Brandon Jones, 37, emailed Asian fusion restaurant Ekiben on Thursday for the recipe of its tempura broccoli dish. His mother-in-law had grown fond of it, according to the Washington Post.
West Baltimore police are still looking for an unidentified suspect who attacked and robbed 71-year-old store owner, Grace Lyo, also known by locals as “Ms. Grace”, late last month.
The incident took place on September 22 at around 11:22 a.m. at the Sandtown Market in 700 block of Baker Street. Ms. Grace was filling the stock of a cooler when a man, whom she had a bad feeling after seeing him, walked into her store.