Man busted in Brooklyn anti-gay bodega attack; two other suspects still at large

One of three suspects who slashed, stabbed and robbed two other men with a glass bottle and a screwdriver during an anti-gay attack inside a Brooklyn bodega was arrested, police said Thursday.

Jonathan Carter, 31, was grabbed Wednesday for the Sept. 4 attack inside a store on Broadway near Halsey St. in Bushwick.

The victims, ages 38 and 28, were inside the bodega around 2:10 a.m. when the suspects came in and started lobbing anti-gay statements at them, cops said.

One of three suspects who slashed, stabbed and robbed two other men with a glass bottle and a screwdriver during an anti-gay attack inside a Brooklyn bodega was arrested, police said Thursday.

The victims, ages 38 and 28, were inside the bodega around 2:10 a.m. when the suspects came in […]

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  1. Yeah, and he’ll be out on the street thanks to the Liberal no bail law. Thanks Cuomo, every criminal that gets out is ON YOU!!!

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