- Termaine Patterson, 18, has been charged with eight felonies in connection with a brutal carjacking in Chicago’s Chinatown on April 7.
- Jin Lew, 61, a prominent chef in the neighborhood, was robbed, beaten and “left for dead” in the vicious attack near 25th Place and South Princeton.
- Chicago police also arrested a juvenile who was found in possession of Lew’s vehicle but not involved in the assault.
- Patterson, whose charges include attempted murder in the first degree, was denied bail on Saturday.
- Police are still looking for three other suspects who remain unidentified as of press time.
An 18-year-old man charged for allegedly beating a Chinese American man into a coma in Chicago’s Chinatown back in April has been denied bail.
Termaine Patterson, who was arrested last week and subsequently charged with eight felonies, including first-degree attempted murder, is believed to be one of four assailants involved in the violent carjacking that occurred near 25th Place and South Princeton on the morning of April 7.
- Ki Tae Lee, a 66-year-old Korean Deli owner from Flatbush, Brooklyn, was attacked in his store by a customer who refused to pay.
- While no arrests have been made, the incident is being investigated as a felony assault and has yet to be confirmed as an anti-Asian hate crime.
A 66-year-old Korean Deli owner from Flatbush, Brooklyn, was beaten inside his store by a customer who refused to pay on Saturday morning.
The attack on the owner, Ki Tae Lee, was caught on surveillance camera and is currently being investigated as a possible anti-Asian hate crime.
A 20-year-old San Francisco Bay Area college student named Ethan used Snapchat’s ‘gender switch’ filter to pose as a woman on Tinder and caught a San Mateo police officer allegedly wanting to hook up.
The student went by the name of a 16-year-old female named “Esther” and said he had a female friend who was molested as a child. Seemingly moved by her story, he wanted to catch possible pedophiles.