Man Charged with Hate Crimes, Attempted Murder for Allegedly Attacking Asian Sisters

A Baltimore man has been charged with nine counts of hate crime in addition to attempted murder charges after going on a “rampage” against multiple Asian businesses last month, according to a statement from the Baltimore City State’s Attorney Office.

On May 2, shortly before 11:30 p.m., Daryl Doles was denied entry into an Asian-owned liquor store for refusing to wear a mask. Doles allegedly returned “with a large piece of lumber and attacked the security guard,” according to the indictment released on Monday.

Ten minutes later, Doles allegedly entered another Asian-owned store and kicked the display window while yelling expletives. {snip}

Doles returned with a piece of concrete and as one Korean woman attempted to wrestle it away from him, the pair fell to the ground, according to the statement.



According to the indictment, Doles was talking with a man identified as Shawn who allegedly told him he shouldn’t have “assaulted that lady.”


Doles: “They need to go back to their country.”


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Author: Henry Wolff

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