DC police investigating attack on Asian man, parents near National Cathedral as bias crime
WASHINGTONwas - D.C. police say a man hurled racial and anti-LGBTQ slurs at an Asian man and his family during an attack near the National Cathedral over the weekend.
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Police have charged Patrick Tebat with bias-related crime and assault after he attacked the man and his parents while they walked down the street in the 2800 block of Wisconsin Avenue, Northwest around 9:30 p.m. on Saturday morning.
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According to a police report, the victim said that he was walking with his parents on Fulton Street, while the suspect shouted "You are not Americans" and used a derogatory word for a gay man.
Shortly after, the victim told police that he turned around and say Tebat attacking his parents.
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The victim intervened and Tebat turned on him.
Tebat was still on the scene when police arrived.