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Houston woman seen on video hitting Korean store owner indicted for hate crime




Houston, Texas (KTRK) – Young A grand jury accompanied hate crime enhancement returned one to two women involved in video captured from the wild Korean store owner charged.

Cicero County District Attorney Kim Young Ogg said Keaundra now faces a hate crime enhancement to the existing misdemeanor charge.

“Houston is a place where people ask each other where neighbors help neighbors,” said Ogg. “Allegations, so someone else will come out of fear system of the diversity of cultural clashes. ‘

And the attack on March 17 in Uptown Beauty Supply No. 10 store in North Houston.

Original story video store owner takes a North Korean attack in Houston

In the surveillance video, you can see Jung Kim Young get beat up by the store owner and brother Dequiesha Williams seems to pull try to Young victim.

If convicted of a hate crime enhancement is young and does not face up to a year in prison.

In addition, the noise is also charged with undertaking Anonymous attack, a second-degree felony, in connection with efforts to supply the car when it hit something outside the beauty supply store.

Williams, 22, Young’s cousin, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly hitting Kim’s adult son, who was captured on video. And it is not of the crime of hatred, we pause on receiving an fruitful love.

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