Stunning video launched by the NYPD Wednesday exhibits a brutal gang assault in Queens wherein two teenage ladies had been badly damage outdoors a McDonald’s after an argument that began on social media escalated, authorities say.
The suspects, all of them additionally teenage ladies, repeatedly punched the 14- and 15-year-old victims, and at one level even used a stun gun on them through the assault simply after 4 p.m. Monday within the car parking zone of the fast-food restaurant on Springfield Boulevard in Queens Village, authorities mentioned.
A backpack belonging to one of many victims was stolen through the assault, which had $50, an ID and $120 AirPods inside.
The victims suffered swelling and bruising to the top and physique because of the assault, along with cuts and scrapes. They had been handled for his or her accidents, and are anticipated to get better.
The suspects, a 14-year-old, a 16-year-old and a 17-year-old, had been arrested and charged with harassment and second-degree assault. The 16-year-old additionally was charged with weapon possession, the stun gun allegedly used on the victims.