beating occurrence after videos flowed on social media showing of a guy punching an employee inside a Flint Township Macy's store. The Flint Township Police Department
in a news release said officers responded to a supposed attack at the Genesee Valley Center around 5:45 p.m. June 15, and the social networks videos began getting attention in the days following. Cops said the attack was validated by shop surveillance video. The videos on social networks supposedly shows the employee wearing a face covering standing away from the supposed aggressor before being punched in the head. The staff member is up to the ground and can be heard stating:”What did you do that for?” while reaching his arm out to keep the guy far from him. The male hovers above him, consistently informing him not to touch him.”I didn't touch you
, I didn't touch you … I'm sorry,”the staff member can be heard saying as the male
punches him a number of more times while the staff member he attempts to escape. Someone in Flint, Michigan knows who this mean specific is.Make sure he is arrested.These are HATE
CRIMES.pic.twitter.com/ e68ZaXAZAy– Scott Ford(@ScottFordTVGuy) June 17, 2020 The male and a second private left the scene after the attack, according to the news release from Flint Township Police
Lt. Brad Wangler. No arrests have actually been made. According to some social media posts, the guy apparently heard the staff member use the N-Word while on the phone, prior to punches were thrown.
Macy's spokesperson Andrea Schwartz, however, told the Free Press the attack was unprovoked.”All the products from the evening have actually been examined and it is clear that the attack was unprovoked, “Schwartz stated in an email.
“We are working closely with regional authorities on this examination, and will postpone any further remarks about the case to them, per policy. “The shopping mall and the shop have actually included gatekeeper due to the incident, Schwartz stated. More:< a data-track-label ="inline |
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Meredith Spelbring is a news intern with the Detroit Free Press. Reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @mere0415.
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