Brockton police release video of violent road rage incident and ask for public help

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Anyone who may have information about this case or who can identify any of the people in the video is asked to call the Brockton Police Detective Office at 508-941-0234.

Brockton Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a group of people in connection with a September 24 assault on two men on Walnut Street.

The department shared video of the incident on its Facebook page on Friday, noting that investigators are still collecting evidence and seeking to charge those involved.

Two men, aged 68 and 35, were victims of the attack, which took place around 8:30 p.m. Police have charged two people with assault and battery with a deadly weapon.

The company identified the two victims as Carlos Cardoso, 69, the owner of Cardoso Cafe on Montello Street, and his friend, Mario Barros, 35, and noted that they were allegedly attacked by a group of youths following a an incident of road rage.

The cafe owner’s daughter, Stephanie Cardoso, 31, said The company that her father was repeatedly kicked in the head and suffered serious injuries, as well as a minor stroke as a result of the incident.

In a newspaper article over the weekend, Cardoso noted that even weeks later, “My family is still traumatized. My mother is afraid to go out or do anything.

Anyone who may have information about this case or who can identify any of the people in the video is asked to call the Brockton Police Detective Office at 508-941-0234.

The video, which may disturb viewers, can be found below:



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