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Suspects arrested over violent robbery that left Vietnamese mother in Houston paralyzed
Joseph Harrell is accused of body slamming Nhung Truong on her neck to seal cash from her
March 18, 2023
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Houston Police made two arrests over the violent robbery of Vietnamese woman Nhung Truong, who was left paralyzed by a spinal cord injury when she was body-slammed on Feb. 13 and had thousands in cash stolen. The surveillance video showed a black male violently robbing her at the Dun Huang Plaza in Houston.

Surveillance video of violent robber at the Dun Huang Plaza in Houston, Texas

Joseph Harrell, a 17-year-old with a criminal history and Zy'Nika Ayesha Woods, the alleged getaway driver, were charged with aggravated robbery with serious bodily injury.

Joseph Harrell
Zy'Nika Ayesha Woods

The children of Ms. Truong organized a GoFundMe campaign for their mother, who will require extensive rehabilitation therapy to be able to walk again. Nearly $250,000 has been raised.

Nhung Truong suffers from paralysis due to a spinal cord injury from the violent robbery

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On Saturday night, I was the first to break the news that a trans person alleged a black female TSA agent at JFK International Airport punched her in the balls. Twitter user "@massofclay" posted the accusations on social media, garnering a response from JFK's official Twitter account. The story was then picked up by the Daily Mail and the New York Post

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