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A Man in New York Was Arrested After He Reportedly Tried to Hit Students and a Rabbi With His Car Near a Brooklyn School


Police caught a man in New York after a manhunt. He ran away from the scene where he reportedly tried to hit several Jewish students and a rabbi with his car outside of a Brooklyn school on Wednesday morning.

The New York Police Department (NYPD) was called to an incident on Glenwood Road in the 63rd Precinct just before 11:30 a.m.

Police said a 58-year-old man was driving a white 2011 Ford Crown Victoria onto the path to hurt people who were walking.

Yeshiva World News was told by sources that Boro Park Shomrim got urgent calls saying that a white car had tried to hit Yeshiva Bochurim and a rabbi twice outside of the Vien Yeshiva in the Canarsie neighborhood.

On the surveillance film, the suspect tries to run over Bochurim but fails.

The driver is then seen driving around the block and back to the Yeshiva. They can be seen driving up the curb and onto school grounds.

The police said no one was hurt, and the driver was arrested soon after they found him. At this point, the police have not given out the suspect’s name or any other information.

However, the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force told Fox News Digital that they are aware of the event and that the NYPD is in charge of the probe.

Fox News Digital asked the NYPD for a response, but they didn’t answer right away.

This new incident happens at a time when college campuses across the country are seeing more and more anti-Israeli and anti-Hamas protests and stories of students being harassed and hated because they are Jewish.

Also earlier this month, the U.S. House passed the Antisemitism Awareness Act. This law aims to stop antisemitism on college campuses and would make antisemitism a broader legal term used to police discrimination laws.

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