Baltimore cement-block assault suspect indicted for alleged ‘rampage’ against Asian-American businesses

A Baltimore man who was caught on camera allegedly attacking people in three Asian-American owned businesses – including an assaulting two Asian women in a liquor store – was indicted on 22 counts on Monday.

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Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced the indictment against 50-year-old Darryl Doles, which includes attempted murder and hate crime charges.

Doles rampage started the night of May 2 when he was caught on camera swinging a large piece wood at a security guard in a liquor store.

According court documents, Doles became enraged when he was denied entry into the store because he refused to wear a mask.

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Minutes later, the state’s attorney’s office says Doles entered another Asian-American-owned store and kicked a display window, knocking down wine bottles. When the owner of the store told him never to return, Doles allegedly shouted "[Expletive] the Chinese."

Then, after he was seen kicking a display window and knocking down items at another Asian-American owned Liquor Store, Doles was recorded assaulting two women with a cement block.

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Court documents indicate that throughout the evening, Doles hurled racist invectives at Asian people and, in front of police officers, said "they need to go back to their own country."