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The Bucks were socked in the kisser by the Toronto Raptors, 92-89, and eliminated from the playoffs in Game 6.
Cameras captured the moment a woman was punched in the face by a costumed character in Times Square Thursday morning.
One of Earth Cam's cameras was pointed right at the area where the ordeal unfolded - Broadway and West 46th Street. The NYPD said the man who punched the 21-year-old tourist from Canada, 24-year-old Jermaine Himmelstein, was holding a sign that said "free hugs." The woman took him up on the offer and got her photo taken with Himmelstein.
The victim was treated and released from the hospital, but suffered a black eye, cuts and bruises.They decided it was best if the officers — instead of paramedics — took the girl to the hospital. Officers handcuffed her and told her that if she didn’t cooperate, she’d be dragged into the squad car, according to court documents. But as the officers approached the car with the girl in tow, she roared to life, screaming and standing in the seat as officers tried to put a seat belt on her, according to a criminal complaint and the officer’s attorney.Then she cleared her throat and spat in Soucheray’s face, the complaint and the officer’s attorney say.Soucheray, a seven-year member of the police department, balled up his fist and punched the girl in the face, the complaint says. [White man killed black teen, then said he removed ‘piece of trash’ from streets, police say] He grabbed her by the jaw and called her “f—— b—-,” according to the complaint.On Monday, Soucheray was charged with fifth-degree assault, a misdemeanor that could land the officer in prison for 90 days.
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