By COLlive reporter
And the attacks continue…
A Jewish 10-year-old boy was attacked by 2 black females while walking on Brooklyn Avenue in Crown Heights on Monday.
The two mushed a plastic bag in the boy’s face at around 10:15 AM, a police report said.
It happened outside Campus Chomesh, the large Chabad girls school between Lefferts and East New York Avenues.
After their lowly attack, the women ran west bound on Lefferts towards New York Avenue. Volunteers of Hatzalah medical services and Shomrim neighborhood patrol responded.
The boy was a student of Yeshiva Darchai Menachem boys school. He arrived at the 71st Precinct with his teacher to file a report.
Yaacov Behrman, a Jewish activist whose been speaking out against local crime, called the attack a “suspected knockout incident” and reported that the child was knocked to the ground.
Police said the boy suffered no injuries and that the incident is being investigated by a duty captain of the Patrol Borough Brooklyn South.
None of the extra NYPD cars or officers that have recently been assigned to patrol the neighborhood were at the scene during the time of the attack.
This is due to the fact that all the other incidents had occurred later on in the day, a police spokesperson said.