Hirdressing salon in Brighton Beach closes after two men were arrested

An Hirdressing Salon in Brighton, Calif., was closed on Tuesday after two of its customers were arrested for allegedly threatening and robbing a man at gunpoint, police said.The two men are both described as white and between the ages of 18 and 20.Police said the victims were robbed at gun point and taken to a…

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An Hirdressing Salon in Brighton, Calif., was closed on Tuesday after two of its customers were arrested for allegedly threatening and robbing a man at gunpoint, police said.

The two men are both described as white and between the ages of 18 and 20.

Police said the victims were robbed at gun point and taken to a local hospital.

Brighton Beach Police said that on March 24, a man called police to report that he was robbed at knifepoint and told police that he had been robbed at a nearby Hijab Shop and was about to be robbed by two men.

Police described the suspects as being in their 20s.

The men were described as wearing dark clothing and carrying a large handgun.

The victim said that when he tried to intervene, the two men allegedly grabbed him and held him at gun range.

The victims was treated for a minor injury at the scene.

Brighton police said that at no time were the two suspects identified by police.

The victim told police, he was told to give his address to police.

He did not give that address and was not cooperative when police requested it, Brighton Beach police said in a statement.

The incident occurred in Brighton’s Brighton Beach neighborhood.

Brighton has a reputation for being a hotbed of crime, and police say they are investigating any other incidents.

A third man was also arrested in the incident, and has been charged with robbery and aggravated assault.

Brighton was not the first neighborhood in which an Hijabi shop has closed in recent months.

Last month, a Brighton woman was arrested after a gun was stolen from a Hijabe, police say.

“Hijabi Hijabs have been a symbol of oppression and exclusion for generations,” Brighton Beach Mayor Paul Kocer said in an email to The Washington Times.

“We hope that this incident will remind the community of this history and help lead to a better community.

Brighton will remain a vibrant and diverse neighborhood, as long as it is safe and healthy.”

This article tagged under: hate crimes,law enforcement,labor,hijabi source The Daily Caller News Foundation article The man who allegedly robbed a Brighton Beach woman has been identified by Brighton Beach cops.

Hijab shop closes after armed robber threatens her and threatens her friends with gun article Brighton Beach, Calif.

— A Brighton man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of robbery and assault after an armed robbery attempt on a woman at a Hada Laba shop.

The victim, who police identified as a Brighton resident, was walking on the street when an unknown man pulled up next to her and pointed a gun at her head, according to Brighton Beach Lt.

Sean Wills.

As the suspect was talking to her, he pointed his weapon at her and threatened to kill her, Wills said.

Police identified the suspect as 22-year-old Jameel A. Mohammed, of Brighton Beach.

Police arrested Mohammed and booked him into the Brighton Police Department, Wamps said.

He has been booked on suspicion that he has a firearm, Wampers said.

Police say they have not identified the other suspects or the victim in the attack.

This story tagged under : hijab,hada laba,london,usa source The New York Times title The Brighton Beach man who robbed a Hala shop in February has been named by police article Brighton, California — Brighton Beach resident Jamel A. Mohamud, 22, has been arrested and charged with aggravated assault, assault and robbery.

Mohammed is charged with a felony count of robbery with a deadly weapon and one misdemeanor count of possession of a firearm while under the influence of drugs, police officials said.

He is being held in the Brighton County Jail without bond.

Mohammed, who grew up in Brooklyn and went to school in New Jersey, attended the Hala School in Brighton from the age of 16, according the school’s website.

He was a senior in high school and was a member of the Brighton Beach Junior High football team, the school said.

Hala has since closed.