Patrick Mateo Wiki – Patrick Mateo Bio
Patrick Mateo of Queens, New York was caught by the New York Police Department on Thursday and charged with assault and harassment according to TMZ. Police say they responded to a 911 call on Tuesday due to an attack in front of a bakery on Roosevelt Avenue, which was caught on a surveillance camera.
The video is 135-45 Roosevelt Ave., a major street of Mateo. He threw something at the woman in front of the New Flushing Bakery at around 14:00. Later, the Chinese mother of Munn’s friend caught the woman with both hands and pushed her a few steps back. Then he threw her aggressively to the ground, then turned and walked away. Police said the victim was slightly injured and was referred by EMS to Booth Hospital. According to the Daily Mail, the woman’s daughter Maggie Kayla Cheng said in a post on Facebook that her mother was’ pushed with enough force that her head hit the concrete and fell to the ground.
Patrick Mateo Age
He is 47 years old.
Patrick Mateo Video
Patrick Mateo, 47, was arrested in Queens, NY for assaulting a 53 y.o. Asian woman waiting in line outside a bakery. She required 10 stitches. In 2020, NYC alone had an 867% increase in Asian hate crime victims compared to the year before. @oliviamunn https://t.co/l2hUzcIPHE pic.twitter.com/zEDyYEK3On
— Cleavon MD (@Cleavon_MD) February 18, 2021
Patrick Mateo Arrested
Patrick Mateo was arrested Thursday morning after he showed in a viral video that he threw a 52-year-old woman to the ground after a verbal argument near Main Street. The video, taken from fragmented surveillance footage, was viewed more than 250,000 times on Instagram.
According to the police, 47-year-old Mateo has been charged with assault and abuse.
No accusation was made against Mateo that the crime was committed for racial reasons. The victim’s daughter had claimed online that Mateo had used racist insults until the incident.
District 109 announced the news of the arrest this morning on Twitter and thanked the community for giving some clues to the investigation.
“The best example of community and police working together for a safer New York City,” wrote the article.
Actress Olivia Munn posted an image of the then-unidentified Mateo on her Twitter page on Wednesday and urged NYPD and Queens residents to follow her. Munn said the victim was a friend of her daughter, Maggie Kayla Cheng, who originally posted the video.
The video shows Mateo’s 135-45 Roosevelt Ave. It shows that he threw an object at the woman in front of the New Flushing Bakery at 14:00.
She then grabs the woman with both hands, pushes her back a few steps, and then throws her aggressively on the floor. Mateo then turns around and walks away.
The victim was slightly injured in the head and was transferred to Booth Hospital by EMS, police said.
Munn thanked his followers for re-tweeting the image of Mateo that led to his capture.
“The Asian community felt your anger and support and YOU DID IT!” she wrote.