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Shocking moment Brooklyn dog walker is pulled to the ground by would-be rapist


Moment Brooklyn dog walker fights RAPIST who pulls her to the ground and puts her in a head in broad daylight

  • The victim, 30, was walking his dog in Bushwick near Woodbine Street and Ridgewood Place around 8.25pm ​​on Saturday.
  • The video shows the attacker sneaking up behind the victim and putting her in the sleeper’s hold before dragging her onto the concrete
  • The victim is eventually forced to abandon her dog’s leash in the struggle and the pup ran halfway down the block after the attack
  • The assailant then begins to rub against the victim on top of her clothes as she desperately tries to get away
  • Eventually the victim pushed him away and he began to flee eastbound on Woodbine St.
  • The NYPD is currently looking for the attacker and has asked anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.

A Brooklyn woman fought off a man who strangled her and attempted to rape her after she walked her dog in broad daylight.

The victim, 30, was walking his dog in Bushwick near Woodbine Street and Ridgewood Place around 8.25pm ​​on Saturday.

Video released by the NYPD on Sunday shows the attacker sneaking up behind the victim and putting her in the hold before dragging her onto the concrete.

The victim is eventually forced to abandon her dog’s leash in the struggle, and the pup runs halfway down the block from the attack.

Her attacker then begins to rub against the victim on top of her clothes as she desperately tries to get away.

Eventually the victim pushed him away and he started running east on Woodbine Street.

The victim was injured in the neck and face. She initially refused medical help, but later went to a local hospital for treatment.

Shocking video caught a Brooklyn woman fighting off a man who was choking her before trying to rape her

Shocking moment Brooklyn dog walker is pulled to the ground by would-be rapist

The victim, 30, was walking his dog in Bushwick near Woodbine Street and Ridgewood Place around 8.25pm ​​on Saturday. The video shows the attacker sneaking up behind the victim and putting her in the sleeper’s hold before dragging her onto the concrete

Shocking moment Brooklyn dog walker is pulled to the ground by would-be rapist

Police are still searching for the potential rapist and have released video and surveillance footage of the man they are looking for

Police are still searching for the potential rapist and have released video and surveillance footage of the wanted man.

They describe him as around 30 years old and about 5’8′ tall with a dark complexion, black dreadlocks, a thin mustache and a goatee.

He was last seen wearing a black baseball cap with a rose on the front, a black t-shirt, black shorts and black sneakers.

The NYPD, which released the video, is currently looking for the attacker and has asked anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.

Overall, crime is up 39% in the Big Apple, according to the latest NYPD data, released July 27.

Rape incidents are up about 11% from this point last year according to statistics.

New York Mayor Eric Adams has repeatedly promised New Yorkers that he will crack down on crime and even ran his election campaign on it.

“We’re going to turn this crime problem around, and when we do, people are really going to see the progress we’ve made in other parts of the city,” he said earlier this month.

Shocking moment Brooklyn dog walker is pulled to the ground by would-be rapist

The attack took place near Woodbine Street and Ridgewood Place in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn

Shocking moment Brooklyn dog walker is pulled to the ground by would-be rapist

He was last seen wearing a black baseball cap with a rose on the front, a black t-shirt, black shorts and black sneakers

Shocking moment Brooklyn dog walker is pulled to the ground by would-be rapist

Crime has skyrocketed in New York over the past two years. Since the start of the year, crime has increased by 36% compared to the same period last year

He also blamed the city’s criminal justice system for the increase in violence.

“It is unfortunate that the climate in which we work … where the entire criminal justice system has turned away from the public and the rights of the public to live safely in their city,” he said. “We removed nearly 3,800 guns from the streets and many people who carried these guns were able to return to the streets.”

The Supreme Court also struck down New York’s gun laws last month, striking down a 108-year-old law that required New Yorkers to have “lawful cause” for carrying a concealed weapon.

The 6-3 ruling reversed a lower court’s opinion, which had upheld the law limiting licenses to carry weapons concealed in public only to those who demonstrated “good cause.”

Judge Clarence Thomas expressed the majority opinion, writing that New York law prevented law-abiding citizens from exercising their Second Amendment rights.

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