A man who is being blamed attacking an 83-year-old Korean American woman He will no longer be prosecuted for an alleged felony in New York City, White Plains, as the case continues.
This week, the Westchester District Attorney’s Office dropped the charges against Glenmore Nembard, saying there was simply not enough evidence to charge him.
Nembhard, 40, is said to be a homeless person with a violent history News 12:,
On March 9, he allegedly spat in Nancy Toh’s face and punched her in the nose while unconscious. At the time of the incident, Toh was collecting cans and bottles for money at 7 p.m. Around 30, from “Nordstrom” in “Westchester Mall” store.
An accident found him covered in blood and he came to the rescue.
“A lot of bleeding from the brain. It seems to push him out. “ Toh told ABC7 News about this CeFaan Kim: from his injuries.
Toh waited a day before submitting the police report. He also refused medical help, saying he could not afford the bills.
Two days after Nembhard was found, investigators found evidence, interviewed witnesses and checked surveillance cameras, said White Plain Police Chief Castell.
Nembhard has been charged with felony criminal mischief for intent to injure a person 65 or older.
He reportedly confessed to being angry for several days at the time of his arrest.
However, the Westchester District Attorney’s Office has ruled that there is a lack of evidence. Aspects of Nembhard’s identification are said to be inadmissible and unusable in court.
“We have now decided that the evidence beyond the inadmissible identity is not sufficient to substantiate the suspicion that the suspect originally arrested committed the attack as a charge,” he said. District Attorney Mimi Roca said in a statement on Tuesday that she agreed Investigator News:, “As justice demands, we reject all charges against this individual.”
Until Nembhard’s allegations are dropped, the attack on Toh will remain under investigation, Roca said.
The district attorney, along with county chief executive George Lor Latimer, also launched a campaign offering immediate assistance to victims of hate crimes. Campaign: “includes Social media graphics available in English, Korean, Mandarin, Japanese and Spanish. which give instructions և contact information for victims.
The county Human Rights Commission has included a website that victims can use to report these cases either anonymously or through contact information. The DA office also has a new 24-hour multilingual hotline that is open to the public to report these crimes.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call the DA14 office hotline at 914-995-TIPS և to select the hate crimes option.
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