NEW YORK — Authorities say a City University of New York college professor was beaten by a group of teenagers when he tried to stop them from starting a fire.
WABC-TV reports the attack happened in Staten Island’s St. George neighborhood Wednesday evening. Authorities say the professor, who teaches at CUNY St. George, was walking to a university event when he saw a group of teenagers setting paper on fire in a playground.
The professor was attacked by the teens when he told them to stop. Witnesses say the group punched and kicked the victim for several minutes before leaving.
Residents tell WABC-TV children in the neighborhood behave badly when they leave school and have thrown rocks at people.
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