Editor's Note: We'll have the latest developments in this case on Anderson Cooper 360 at 8 p.m. ET and on AC 360 Later at 10 p.m. ET
A New York undercover detective is charged with two felonies, first-degree gang assault and first-degree assault, in connection with the beating of an SUV driver on September 29. Wojciech Braszczok also faces third-degree criminal mischief. Braszczok was riding with his motorcycle club at the time of incident. Prosecutors say the 32-year-old detective was part of the biker mob that beat Alexian Lien, after he was dragged from his Range Rover. However, Braszczok never hit him, his attorney claimed today. Here's the AC 360 411 on the incident:
The number of bikers charged so far in the case, including the off-duty detective.
The number of charges SUV driver Alexian Lien faces.
The number of passengers in the SUV: Alexian Lien's wife and young daughter. Both were not hurt.
The age of Lien's daughter.
The number of black eyes the SUV driver got, as well as cuts to his face and side, needing stiches, according to police.
The number of bikers Lien ran over, including Edwin Mieses who is critically injured.
The percentage chance Mieses will walk again. That's what Mieses’ wife says doctors told her.
The total number of bikers who took part in last month's ride, according to New York State Senator Adriano Espaillat.
When the SUV driver called police reporting a gang of motorcyclists driving erratically.
The number of additional 911 calls placed from the SUV by the driver's wife
20 to 30
The number of bikers on who surrounded the SUV on New York City's West Side Highway and Henry Hudson Parkway.
The number of blocks the bikers chased the SUV.
The street in Manhattan where the altercation ended, with the SUV driver assaulted, according to police.
The number of water bottles allegedly thrown by the SUV driver from his sunroof toward the bikers, according to an attorney for the biker who shot the edited video of the incident on his helmet camera.
The number of YouTube views of that viral video of the incident.
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