New York sources reported that authorities have arrested a man who had worked at a store in the city’s suburb of East Orange and charged him with the murder of Tarlok Singh, the Sikh who owned the shop, according to the local prosecutor’s office. Accordingly the Essex County prosecutor’s office announced the arrest of Roberto Ubiera, 55, on Tuesday.
Meanwhile Singh, 55, was found dead with stab wounds on Friday morning inside his store, Park Deli and Grocery, in the New Jersey town. Furthermore NJ Advance Media quoted officials as saying that Ubeiro had done odd jobs at the store and Ubiera is in custody and is to be produced in court on Thursday.
Moreover the killing of Singh was the third attack
on Sikhs in three weeks in the US that sent shock waves through the community,
where only two of them have been solved so far. Furthermore Ubeiro is a Latino.
A teen arrested in the August 6 attack on Sahib Singh Natt in Manteca,
California, is Tyrone McAllister, 18, the African American son of a police
chief, Darryl McAllister of Union City. Moreover in both cases they have not
been charged with hate crime. According to a TV channel Malhi said they
shouted, “Go back to your country,” beat him and spray-painted his truck with a
white nationalist symbol and wrote “go back to your country” on it.
Hate crimes reported to the FBI soared about 17% Washington sources reported that FBI report showed released Tuesday that a total of 7,175 hate crime incidents were reported to the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program in 2017, up from 6,121 in 2016, said the UCR Program’s annual Hate Crime Statistics report. Meanwhile it’s the third year in a row the FBI has reported an increase in hate crimes. The number of hate crimes in 2016 rose about 5% from 2015.
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