QUINCY, MA. (THECOUNT) — Tyrese D. Johnson-Nurse, and David D. Russell, have been identified as the two men arrested and are facing charges including aggravated assault and battery on a pregnant woman and assault and battery.

Johnson-Nurse, 19 and Russell, 18, reportedly mocked then brutally attacked a pregnant woman outside a Massachusetts post office after she had fallen ill and was projectile vomiting.

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Police said the woman was walking with her boyfriend when she fell ill because of her pregnancy and started vomiting on the side of the road. That’s when Johnson-Nurse and Russell reportedly then confronted the couple and started beating the woman, including several kicks her in the stomach.

The woman pleaded with the attacker telling them she was pregnant, MyFox8 reported.

“I hope he dies. I will kill your kid,” one of the suspects allegedly said.

Both the woman and her boyfriend were treated for injuries, say reports.

Both men are due back in court in May.

Geo quick facts: Quincy is the largest city in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States. It is part of Metropolitan Boston and one of Boston’s immediate southern suburbs. Its population in 2014 was 93,397, making it the eighth-largest city in the state – Wikipedia.

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  • geoh777

    There is no reason on Earth to tolerate this kind of psychopathic criminality. They should get life in prison, no chance of parole, pardon, or other sentence reduction.
    If anyone should want them released, they should be released to live in that anyone’s actual home for a minimum of six months. And good luck to them.

  • geoh777

    There is no reason on Earth to tolerate this kind of psychopathic criminality. They should get life in prison, no chance of parole, pardon, or other sentence reduction.
    If anyone should want them released, they should be released to live in that anyone’s actual home for a minimum of six months. And good luck to them.