4th motorcyclist arrested in NY biker attack
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(KTNV) -- A fourth motorcyclist has been arrested after dozens of angry bikers surrounded a sport utility vehicle and attacked its driver in Manhattan, New York.
After the driver's vehicle was attacked, he stepped on the gas and plowed over three bikes and one biker -- Edwin Mieses.
His wife says that he is paralyzed but she doesn't blame the driver of the SUV.
The group of angry bikers eventually caught up with the driver of the SUV and pulled in from his vehicle and beat him.
The fourth motorcyclist to be arrested -- 29-year-old Craig Wright -- is facing charges of gang assault and unlawful imprisonment.
Three others have also been charged. They are 37-year-old Reginald Change, 35-year-old Robert Sims and 28-year-old Christopher Cruz.