In New Orleans, Louisiana, on last Saturday, two tourists were attacked by a group of hooligans, and later those two tourists have to end up in a hospital, now on Wednesday all the suspects have been arrested, says an official. A surveillance camera captured the whole violent robbery; thus it is named as French Quarter because of its four men charging process.
According to the New Orleans Police reports, two of the four culprits have been arrested on earlier this week, exactly on Monday night, and now on Wednesday morning, another two people were arrested. The four charged persons are 18-year-old Joshua Simmons and 21-year old DeJuan Paul, who were arrested on Monday, and 18-year old Nicholas Polgowski and 20-year old Rashaad Piper was arrested on Wednesday.
Among them, Paul also faces drug charges after two pouches of powdery substance were found in his bag when the arrests were made. However, all the men were to be charged with second-degree robbery, and the charges might be upgraded to homicide if the situation goes out of control, says a police official in the report.
On the other hand, the tourists were identified as Tim Bryne and James Curran from Boston, were visiting the city of New Orleans on Saturday, but got ambushed by four men from behind and then end up in the General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association hospital.
Both of the men were critically injured, but the condition of Bryne was worsening, and now still in the hospital.