Feds: NYPD Cops Attacked By Members Of Venezuelan Gang

Federal officials confirmed on Tuesday that at least two of the horde of illegal migrants who infamously attacked two NYPD officers in January are members of the violent Venezuelan gang Tren de Aragua.

The suspects, 21-year-old Wilson Juarez and 19-year-old Kelvin Servita-Arocha, are behind bars after being apprehended in a Bronx apartment. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials told the New York Post that the two are being held without bail.

They are alleged to be members of the Tren de Aragua gang that brought chaos to New York City. The suspects were located when immigration agents went with police officers executing a search warrant looking for another asylum seeker wanted in the Jan. 27 attack. 

ICE spokesperson Marie Ferguson told the New York Post that both illegal migrants were charged with the violent attack “carried out on two NYPD officers.”

Ferguson added, “both noncitizens have been identified as members of the Tren de Aragua transnational criminal organization.” 

Immigration officials confirmed that Arocha, who was taken into custody on a warrant, is subject to having his custody status re-evaluated. Juarez is being held on a deportation order issued by a Texas judge a year ago.

Another alleged migrant attacker, 19-year-old Darwin Andres Gomez-Izquiel, was initially released without bail. That status dramatically changed Wednesday night when he was whisked away to Rikers Island after a shoplifting bust at a Queens department store.

Yet another suspect, 21-year-old Ulises Bohorquez, just hours later became the eighth illegal migrant arraigned in the infamous attack. 

He was ordered held on a $100,000 cash bail or a $250,000 bond.

Bohorquez had to know the day’s proceedings were not going to go his way when a contingent of New York’s Finest showed up in the courtroom.

NYPD Police Benevolent Association President Patrick Hendry said the union will keep pressure on the prosecutors tasked with the cases. “We’re going to hold this criminal justice system — from the top all the way down — accountable.”

Hendry added that the migrant suspects do not respect the law. They simply want to stay on the streets of New York City and commit crimes.

There was widespread public outrage when the first batch of suspects in the January attacks on the NYPD officers were allowed to walk free without bail.

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    February 17, 2024

    Try them, sentence them, when they are placed back in Rykers, make it known that they said they will be taking over control of the prison gangs, if they survive, send them back to Venezuela.

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