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Two members of the ‘minibike gang’ arrested for the New Year’s Eve attack of ‘Beverly Hills 90210’ actor Ian Ziering in Hollywood

Two members of a ‘mini bike gang’ have been arrested for alleged assault attacking “Beverly Hills 90210” actor Ian Ziering in Hollywood on New Year’s Eve, police say.

It happened around 3 p.m. on Dec. 31, 2023, when Ziering and his daughter were sitting in traffic in the 6800 block of Hollywood Boulevard and a group of minibike riders rode down the street, according to a Los Angeles Police Department statement. researchers.

“The confrontation began between the victim and one of the minibike riders over possible damage to his vehicle,” the statement said. “Three to four additional minibike riders jumped in and assaulted the motorist.”

Most of the fight was caught on camera by bystanders, showing the moments when the bikers surrounded Ziering and began throwing punches and kicks, even as he tried to run to the sidewalk. You can see one of the bikers waving an unknown object near Ziering and narrowly missing him.

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Police say that after the attack, the riders then vandalized Ziering’s car while his 10-year-old daughter remained in the front seat. None of the victims suffered serious injuries, investigators noted.

The LAPD statement does not explicitly name Ziering as a victim of the incident, but he discussed the case on his personal Instagram shortly after the videos began going viral in January, saying the attack was just a small part of the urgent issue of “hooliganism in our streets.”

Investigators say the videos and information provided by witnesses to the fight were “critical to the investigation” and they were able to use the evidence to identify and arrest the two suspects.

They served a search warrant around 6 a.m. Tuesday, leading to the arrest of 20-year-old Rosemead man Jacob Esteban Hernandez and 40-year-old Angie Teresa Guizar.

According to the statement, Hernandez was charged with vandalism and is being held on $50,000 bail, while Guizar is being held for assault with a deadly weapon and is being held in lieu of $30,000 bail.

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Investigators plan to submit the case to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office for consideration.

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