Barry Baldwin arrested for 6 alleged ‘knockout’ assaults in Brooklyn

A Brooklyn man has been arrested for the alleged assault of six people associated with the so-called "knockout" game. Police say 35-year-old Barry Baldwin is

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News 12 Interactive (1/6/14)

BROOKLYN - A Brooklyn man has been arrested for the alleged assault of six people associated with the so-called "knockout" game.

Police say 35-year-old Barry Baldwin is facing a number of charges, including six counts of assault as a hate crime and one count of attempted assault for missing a seventh person.

According to investigators, all of the attacks happened in Brooklyn, and include a mother who was walking with her 7-year-old daughter and two elderly women in their 70s.

Baldwin is due in court next week.
 

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