Two Michigan thugs have been arrested after they viciously beat a disabled man, stole his cell phone and posted video of the assault to the victim’s Facebook page.
When police arrived they found the victim bloodied and laying on the floor in front of his own apartment.
The victim who suffers from cerebral palsy told police he followed the men into the building after they stole his cellphone and that’s when the assault took place.
The two 20-year-old perpetrators, Nikey Dashone Walker and Shadeed Dontae Bey, were arrested Monday and charged with assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder and are each being held on $25,000 bond, The Detroit News reported.
Walker has a criminal record that includes convictions for unlawful driving, resisting arrest, possession of controlled substances and more, according to the News.
Sheriff Michael J. Bouchard told the News that “Preying on those in our community who suffer from disabilities will not be tolerated and furthermore, to have the audacity to post their actions on the victim’s page is beyond belief.”
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