East Coast Violent Crime

Gas Station Customer Viciously Beaten in Random Attack Caught on Camera

Gas Station Customer Viciously Beaten in Random Attack Caught on Camera

Suspect Bryan Favuzza

Suspect Bryan Favuzza

Worcester Police Department Press Release

WPD Arrest Shrewsbury Man for Gas Station Attack

On May 29th, 2021 at about 11:35 PM, Worcester Police officers were dispatched to the area of the Shell Gas Station on Grove St for a report of a fight. Officers were given a description of a male who had allegedly attacked a customer in the store. When officers pulled into the parking lot, they observed a male, later identified as Bryan Favuzza, thirty-two years old of Shrewsbury, who matched the description given over the radio. Mr. Favuzza was detained while officers investigated.

Inside the gas station, officers observed blood on the floor and merchandise. They were directed to the back of the store where they located a thirty-two-year-old male in need of medical attention. Officers called an ambulance for this male, who was visibly injured and missing his phone.

Officers witnessed the event on video. Mr. Favuzza had been asked to leave by store employees and was arguing with them. He appeared to threaten an employee with a punch before suddenly attacking the victim, who was another customer. Mr. Favuzza knocked the victim down by punching him in the head, then kicked him in the head multiple times while he was on the ground.

After viewing the video, officers placed Mr. Favuzza under arrest. The victim’s cell phone was located in Mr. Favuzza’s pocket. When officers walked him to the wagon, Mr. Favuzza pulled away in an attempt to escape. He continued to resist and be uncooperative in the cell room. He is charged with Unarmed Robbery, Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon (Shod Foot), Assault and Battery, and Resisting Arrest.

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