Three Arrested in Monticello for Felony Gang Assault
September 26, 2012 —
Monticello police have arrested Shamhrial Brown (23) of Hurleyville, Terrence Hulse (29) of Monticello and Earl Singer IV (27) of the Bronx following an investigation into the gang assault upon 2 males victims. The defendants were each charged with felony gang assault in the 1st degree and misdemeanor criminal possession of a weapon in the 4th degree.
On Friday 9/21/12 at approximately 4:30 AM the male victims ages 21 and 26 were asked by Brown to drive her to a secluded location off of Waverly avenue in the village of Monticello.
Once at that location Hulse and Singer emerged from a wooded area and assaulted the victims. The victims were severely beaten, punched, kicked and struck with a rock about their heads and bodies by the defendants. The three defendants then fled then taking the victims car keys.
The victims then went to a residence seeking help and Monticello police responded. The victims were taken to C.R.M.C. by mobile medic ambulance. The victims both sustained multiple bruises and cuts. One victim sustained a fractured nose. The other victim sustained fractured ribs and a fractured right orbital.
The defendants were all arrested by Monticello police on Tuesday 9/25/12. The defendants were arraigned in the village of Monticello justice court and then remanded to the Sullivan county jail. Bail was set at $20,000.00 for Brown, $10,000.00 for Hulse and $7500.00 for Singer.
Additionally Brown is also wanted on 3 bench warrants from the town of fallsburg police department for petit larceny, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and dwai by the use of drugs. Brown is also wanted by the Sullivan county sheriff department on a bench warrant for aggravated unlicensed operation. An investigation is continuing.