Follow-Up: Knock Out Thug “True Goon” Arrested Over Knockout Game Attack
This kid sounds like a real winner, doesn’t he?
An upstate New York teenager was arrested yesterday in connection with an online video showing him punching an elderly woman in the head as she exits a Rochester convenience store.
Devin Alexander, 16, was busted Wednesday on a probation violation charge, according to a Rochester Police Department spokesperson (who declined to reveal how Alexander, who was on probation for a robbery conviction, allegedly violated terms of his supervision). The teenager is currently in custody.
Alexander, pictured at right, is seen in a video that was first posted to a Facebook page titled “True Goon Tocool Sneekey.” The clip, which was publicized by Rochester blogger/activist Davy Vara, shows Alexander outside the store telling a giggling cameraman that he was going to “smack the old lady with the snowball when she come out the store.”
But when the woman emerged from the business, Alexander instead threw a roundhouse left that struck the woman–whose back was to the teenager–in the head. The assault so delighted the man filming the crime that he screamed “Smack cam!” five times. As the duo fled, the cameraman noted, “She gonna call the cops.”
Know what would have been hilarious? If the police who arrested him screamed “Smack cam” five times when they put the cuffs on him. Of course, they could do the same thing when they brought him up on hate crime charges and it would be just as funny.
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