Four of the migrants released without bail after reportedly being involved with an assault on NYPD officers may have fled to California.

According to the New York Post, cops think the migrants possibly hopped on a bus going to California and provided fake names to a “church-affiliated nonprofit group that helps migrants get rides out of the city.”

The New York Post reports:

The four accused cop-attackers believed to have skipped town were charged with assault on a police officer and obstruction immediately after the shocking, caught-on-video attack Saturday in Midtown.

Darwin Andres Gomez, 19, Kelvin Servita Arocha, 19, Wilson Juarez, 21, and Yorman Reveron, 24, were released without monetary bail by a Manhattan judge.


But Reveron, who had prior arrests on his rap sheet, was put on supervised release. Sources said hightailing it out of the city would likely be a violation of his court-ordered release.

The supervision was ordered for Reveron because he has two open criminal cases in Manhattan, including charges that he slugged a Nordstrom Rack employee while trying to steal $130 in November.

He is also accused of punching a worker at Macy’s Herald Square last month while allegedly trying to rob the retailer with two others.

A spokesperson for the New York’s Office of Court Administration (OCA) told Fox News Digital they don’t know the whereabouts of Arocha, Juarez, Reveron and Izquiel.

“The Court is not aware of the defendants’ whereabouts but they are obligated to return to Court on their scheduled dates,” the spokesperson said.

Per Fox News:

The four migrants were allegedly involved in the caught-on-camera attack on two NYPD officers just steps from the New Amsterdam theater — a popular destination among tourists.

In the video, the NYPD asked the migrants to move, but a scuffle ensued as the officers were seen trying to subdue a person in a yellow jacket onto the ground.

One hooded suspect wearing a backpack can then be seen kicking one of the officers twice in the head as he grapples on the ground, while another suspect in a red top kicks him in the back.

As the struggle ensues, the suspect in the red jacket returns and kicks the other officer in the back.

Another hooded suspect wearing a backpack then arrives on the scene and takes a big swinging kick aimed at one of the officer’s heads. The migrant falls to the ground as he tries to execute the kick.

The suspects are then seen running off. The unidentified officers sustained minor injuries and were treated at the scene, police said. One officer sustained cuts to the face while the other had bruising to the body, according to sources.

Authorities charged the four earlier this week with a variety of charges, including assault on a police officer, gang assault, obstructing governmental administration and disorderly conduct.


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