Philadelphia Police have arrested three teens in connection with the assault and robbery of a man inside a Northeast Philadelphia Pathmark store.
The vicious assault was captured on surveillance tape. In the tape you can see the teens approach a man in the frozen food section of the supermarket. They surround the man with a shopping cart and start attacking him. They made off with $100.
17-year old Kevin Tavarez is charged with Conspiracy, Robbery, Aggravated Assault, PIC, Receiving Stolen Property, Terroristic Threats, Theft, Simple Assault and REAP.
18-year old Tomas Eanes and 17-year old Jose Ruiz are facing Conspiracy, Robbery, Aggravated Assault, PIC, Receiving Stolen Property, Theft, and Simple Assault and REAP charges for the same assault.
Both Tavarez and Ruiz have been charged as adults.
All three defendants are scheduled to be arraigned later today.
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Family and friends are gathering today to remember the victims. And now a Philly celebrity is stepping in to help the family through this difficult time.