Victim calls for justice in Crown Heights attack

A black man is calling for justice after he says he was attacked in Crown Heights. Andrew Charles claims he was walking down Carroll Street

CROWN HEIGHTS - A black man is calling for justice after he says he was attacked in Crown Heights. Andrew Charles claims he was walking down Carroll Street with his friend, Kevin Evans, on Monday evening when he was attacked. Charles says a group of Jewish men drove up in a black SUV and got out of the car. After an exchange of words, Charles says he was beaten with a wooden object and maced. Charles? friend says the group was malicious. ?It was so fast, they tried to get me and I moved and they were really trying to hurt him,? says Evans.Police are not calling the incident a hate crime, but are searching for the men who were involved. Charles was taken to Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center with bruises.

advertisement | advertise on News 12

Trending Video

News 12 Brooklyn asked residents what they think 1 Word on the Street: Amazon Go
The 25-year-old had just recently started work at 2 Police look to question ex-boyfriend in death of correction officer
News 12 viewers take to Facebook to address 3 The Buzz: Bushwick mail problems
Some Bushwick residents say they have not been 4 Bushwick residents without regular mail service for months
Construction crews are making repairs to a sinkhole 5 Officials: Water leak to blame for 23rd Street sinkhole

advertisement | advertise on News 12

Features

Furry Friends is a weekly segment on News Furry Friends

Furry Friends is a weekly segment on News 12 Brooklyn nightside.