Dwayne Grayson Wiki
A person who recorded the incident, identified as Dwayne Grayson, 20, ridiculed the victim by telling him to “go get his cans,” since the man was chased again while trying to retrieve the shopping cart. In a moment, you can hear Grayson say, “I hate Asians.”
Dwayne Grayson Age
He is 20 years old.
Dwayne Grayson robbery of the Asian man
San Francisco police confirmed that an arrest was made in connection with an assault and robbery that went viral after it was captured by the camera. The video shows a 68-year-old Asian man being robbed and assaulted with a stick while collecting cans in the Bayview neighborhood while spectators made fun of him.
Viral Video Of Robbery of the Asian Man
please share this with your friends & family. this is so low, the older man was just trying to make ends meet for his family. he didn’t deserve this. this is ignorant, inhumane, & sickening. i’m praying for this man and his family. if you have any information, please reach out. pic.twitter.com/545xHFwPm4
— nikc (@nicholaaasli) February 24, 2020
The video shows an Asian man, 68, being robbed and assaulted with a stick by a black man while collecting cans in the Bayview neighborhood as onlookers taunted him.
A person recording the incident, identified as 20-year-old Dwayne Grayson, ridiculed the victim by telling him to “go get your cans,” as the man was chased again as he tried to retrieve the shopping cart. At one point, you can hear Grayson say “I hate Asians.”
The incident occurred on Feb. 22 on Osceola Lane.
The victim was struck on the back of the head.
Viewers be advised, as the video below contains foul language and content you may find disturbing.
Dwayne Grayson Arrested
SFPD officers arrested Grayson at his house on Thursday. He was booked at Bayview Police Station on suspicion of robbery, elder abuse, a probation violation for a prior robbery conviction and a hate crime enhancement.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call the SFPD 24-hour tip line at 1-415-575-4444. Language access services are available through this phone number. You may also Text a Tip to TIP411 and begin the text message with SFPD. Callers may remain anonymous.
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