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Who is Aaron Garcia?
Aaron Garcia was brought in for a psychiatric evaluation after being arrested in Chelsea, where he smashed the windows of parked cars and businesses. A 51-year-old man inside a Manhattan bank ATM who was attacked with a machete without provocation made national news on August 15.
Garcia, Solórzano’s alleged attacker, is a military veteran. Along with this incident, he is also suspected of attacking two other strangers earlier this month, according to authorities. Yonkers cops have an active warrant against him and were seeking to arrest him for an unspecified act on February 15 and on four arrest warrants for failing to appear in court, according to sources.
A law enforcement source also said Garcia was the target of five previous calls from people with emotional disturbances dating back to July 2020. The Yonkers resident has been arrested eight times in the past for stalking, harassment and violation of a protection order. . After being arrested on the night of August 17, García was transferred to the Bellevue Hospital, the same place where his victim Solórzano recovers, for a psychiatric evaluation.
How old is Aaron Garcia?
Aaron Garcia is 37 years old.
Shocking video shows army vet Slash Man at a Manhattan ATM with an ax
The brave victim Miguel Solórzano defended himself with everything he had and fortunately survived the fierce attack that left him stained with blood from the crime scene. The manhunt for the attacker, Aaron Garcia, came to an end on August 17 after the suspect was arrested in Chelsea, where he smashed the windows of parked cars and businesses around 10 p.m.
The attack took place amid the rising crime rate in New York and there is an increase in robberies taking place in broad daylight. Earlier this month, Jayquan Lewis, who appeared on “Law & Order,” died after being shot seven times at a Bronx deli. A Brooklyn man was brutally beaten and his head trampled on by the attacker on July 24, video of the incident went viral. On July 25, a man dragged an 11-year-old girl into an alley in Queens threatening her with sexual assault before fleeing with her belongings.
Suspect charged and arrested
Aaron Garcia is arrested and charged with a brutal ax attack on a man on a bank in lower Manhattan. Garcia, of Yonkers, was charged with attempted murder and assault for assault Sunday night that left Queens resident Miguel Solorzana, 50, bleeding and hospitalized with cuts to his face and leg. The horrific attack on a Chase Bank on Broadway in Manhattan’s financial district was caught on security camera.
Garcia was a suspect in another unsuspected assault in Lower Manhattan earlier this month. He allegedly kicked someone else without warning on South Street on Aug. 3 at 6:20 p.m., according to sources. That same day, he allegedly brandished a knife and pointed it at a passerby who yelled at him to stop urinating in public on Pine Street. Shocking footage from the Chase Bank ATM showed Garcia attacking Solarzano on August 15. The victim had no idea that she was going to be attacked and Garcia had sneaked up on him.