Punk Knocks Out Woman in Viral Video – Ends Badly for Him When He Tries Same Thing In Police Custody
Ibn Hunter, a young black man, is a suspect from a viral video in which he is allegedly the attacker who knocked out a white woman who was absolutely no threat to him. However, when police took him into custody, he attempted another attack on police, but this time it ended badly for the young punk.
Hunter hospitalized a 45-year-old homeless woman after he brutally assaulted her in Atlantic City’s Brown Park. He then is heard bragging about the attack as he faces the camera. Warning: Language.
However, once the video was uploaded, police quickly found Hunter and arrested him.
Press of Atlantic City reports that Warden Geraldine Cohen said Hunter got into an altercation with an officer who was performing a search of him as he was brought to the Atlantic County Justice Facility on Monday. Apparently, Hunter was not expecting the officer to scoop him and slam him down to the floor to subdue the attack.
As you can see, Hunter’s mugshot shows the injury to his forehead from the takedown, not to mention an absolutely stupid look on his face.
“That’s how these situations are handled, you take their feet out from under them,” Cohen explained.
The incident was caught on a body camera that the officer was wearing, which should be used in court in a new charge of assault on a law enforcement officer in addition to the assault on the homeless woman.
Hunter was also dressed in jailbird black and white stripes instead of the normal orange uniform to indicate he is a high-security inmate. He is being held on $100,000 bail.
The man who posted the video on his Facebook page refers to himself as Bdsb BroadDay. He is believed to be the one who filmed the attack and is now being looked for by Atlantic City police for questioning. Anyone having information on the attack or the whereabouts of Bdsb BroadDay is encouraged to call police at 609-347-5766 or Crime Stoppers at 609-652-1234. Information may also be texted anonymously to tip411 (847411) beginning the text with ACPD.